Richard Reddick is Fellow of Trice Associate Professorship in Plan II and Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Administration, College of Education, as well as in the Department of African and African Diaspora Studies, College of Liberal Arts.
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Using a case study approach, Willie and Reddick show the varieties of the Black family experience and how those experiences vary by socioeconomic status. In addition to examining families of low-income, working, and middle classes, the authors also look to the family experiences of highly successful African Americans to try to identify the elements of the family environment leading to success. The authors puncture the myth of the Black matriarchy prevalent in the popular imagination; and they explore a variety of family configurations, including a family with same-gender parents.
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