This Article seeks to disrupt the polarized debate about care that is taking shape among feminist scholars. Drawing from ethnographic interviews with low-income wo- men in a South Central Los Angeles Head Start program, White sets forth a conception of care that is grounded in historical practices within African American communities for confronting race and gender violence, affirming each person's dignity and potential, and promoting social justice.
Lucie E. White,
Raced Histories, Mother Friendships, and the Power of Care: Conversations with Women in Project Head Start,
Chi.-Kent L. Rev.
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