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This study is intended to gather information about how African American women use spirituality as a form of coping with the pressures of being Black in America in relation to the personas American society has attempted to depict Black Women as. These personas include the Jezebel, Mammy, Sapphire, and the Strong Black Woman.
Gaskin, Serena Rose, "Spirituality, Statistics, and Stereotypes: The African American Woman's Use of Spirituality as a Form of Resistance" (2021). Religious Studies Summer Fellows. 3.
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