Theory, Research, & Praxis
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Chapter Eighteen: The Women of Color Circle: Creating, Claiming, and Transforming Space for Women of Color on a College Campus
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Creating, Claiming, and Transforming Space for Women of Color on a College Campus
VALERIA SINCLAIR-CHAPMAN, SASHA ELOI, AND SHARESE KING
We seldom think of conversation as a commitment, but it is. (Imara, as cited in hooks, 1993, p. 16)
Many students often feel that they have no voice, that they have nothing to say that is worthy of being heard. That is why conversation becomes such a vital intervention, for it not only makes room for every voice, it also presupposes that all voices must be heard. (hooks, 2009, p. 15)
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