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|Named Person:||Sapphire; Jewell Parker Rhodes|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Beth Engeler; Stephanie Goichman; Jeanne H Neff; Andrea Reed; Sage Colleges.; WAMC (Radio station : Albany, N.Y.)
|Notes:||Title supplied by cataloger.|
|Performer(s):||Beth Engeler ; Stephanie Goichman ; Andrea Reed.|
|Description:||1 audiocassette (25 min.) : analog.|
|Series Title:||51% (Radio program), no. 419 (July 24, 1997)|
Part 2. The novel Push tells the story of an illiterate, overweight, and abused 16-year-old girl from Harlem. As Stephanie Goichman reports, novelist Sapphire based the book on her experiences as a teacher in New York City. (5:57).
Part 3. Another novelist has based her latest book on the events surrounding "The Tulsa Riot" of 1921. After the riot, an African-American community was bombed and burned to the ground. Beth Engeler speaks with Jewell Parker Rhodes, who says the story brings up racial and gender stereotypes. (8:50).
- Attention-deficit-disordered children.
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder -- Diagnosis.
- Sapphire, -- 1950-
- Abused children -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.
- Literacy -- Fiction.
- Rhodes, Jewell Parker. -- Magic city.
- Tulsa (Okla.) -- Race relations -- Fiction.
- Riots -- Oklahoma -- Tulsa -- Fiction.