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[Girls with ADHD : Push ; Tulsa Riot of 1921].

Author: Beth EngelerStephanie GoichmanJeanne H NeffAndrea ReedSage Colleges.All authors
Publisher: [Troy, N.Y. : Sage Colleges ; Albany, N.Y. : WAMC Public Radio, 1997]
Series: 51% (Radio program), no. 419 (July 24, 1997)
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Part 1. We've all known children with "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder". If you think about it, most of them have probably been boys, but that may be because girls are often overlooked. From Gainesville, Florida, Andrea Reed reports on new research. (5:14).
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Genre/Form: Fiction
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.)
OCLC Number: 39644793
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Performer(s): Beth Engeler ; Stephanie Goichman ; Andrea Reed.
Description: 1 sound cassette (25 min.) : analog.
Series Title: 51% (Radio program), no. 419 (July 24, 1997)

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Part 1. We've all known children with "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder". If you think about it, most of them have probably been boys, but that may be because girls are often overlooked. From Gainesville, Florida, Andrea Reed reports on new research. (5:14).

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).

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