The Western Journal of Black Studies

Volume 23, Issue 4


Acculturation and Alcohol Use Among Blacks: The Benefits of Remaining Culturally Traditional
Elizabeth A. Klonoff and Hope Landrine


Measuring the Effect of Municipal Enterprises on
the Budgets of Local Governments
Gary Paul


Centricity and the Mentoring Experience in Academia:
An Africentric Mentoring Paradigm
Felicia Harris


Representing the Race:
Mary McLeod Bethune and the Press in the Jim Crow Era

Audrey T. McCuskey


E. Franklin Frazier and the African Amrican Family in Historical Perspective
Vernon J. Williams, Jr.


Book Reviews

Sister Strength
Compiled By: Rev. Dr. Susan Johnson Cook
Reviewed By: Sharon D. Moore

Afrocentrism: Mythical Pasts and Imagined Homes
Author: Stephen Howe
Reviewed By:

Dudley Randell, Broadside Press, and the Black Arts Movement in Detroit, 1960–1995
Author: Julius E. Thompson
Reviewed By: Blake Tobert



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