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By Paulette A. Ramsay

The publication contains 5 chapters, which draw on modern theoretical paradigms from diaspora reports, cultural stories, feminism, gender reports and post-colonialism. the purpose is to supply a serious textual content that may be used in educational programmes designed for the severe construction by means of Afro-Mexican writers and oral performers.

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