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From Mammy to Miss America and Beyond

Cultural Images and the Shaping of U. S. Social Policy

by K. Sue Jewell

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages256
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Open LibraryOL7481400M
ISBN 100415042534
ISBN 109780415042536

  50+ videos Play all Mix - "Momma Miss America" By Paul McCartney YouTube Paul McCartney on Oprah (Nov. ) part 1 - Duration: SittingWaiting , views. Jewell, K. S. (). From Mammy to Miss America and Beyond: Cultural Images and the Shaping of US Social Policy (p. 58). New York: Routledge. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Tainted Policy. AUTHORS: Joan M. Sakalas.

  White girl makes good and leaves her mammy behind. Seventy-two years ago, Miss Hattie McDaniel graced the Oscar stage and became the first Negro, as we were called back then, to win an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress with her portrayal of Mammy, Scarlett O' Hara's house slave and second mother in “Gone with the Wind.”. From Mammy to Miss America and Beyond: Cultural Images and the Shaping of US Social Policy. Psychology Press. ISBN Retrieved Janu – via Google Books. ↑ Page, Yolanda Williams (). Icons of African American Literature: The Black Literary World. ABC-CLIO. ISBN

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