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Pushed Back to Strength. by Gloria Wade-Gayles. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780380724260. Release Date:February 1995.
Wade-Gayles (English and Women's Studies/Spelman College) grew up in a housing project in Memphis during .
Wade-Gayles (English and Women's Studies/Spelman College) grew up in a housing project in Memphis during the late 40's and early 50's at a time when a housing project & a stopping-off place. It was Wade-Gayles's grandmother who responded, when the author complained of whites & pushing us back,'' that & don't know it, but they're pushing you back to us, where you can get strong''-a response that held the family together, set high standards of behavior and accomplishment, and gave Wade-Gayles the confidence to go to college and graduate school, to become an activist in the civil- rights movement, and, later, to teach college.
Spelman College professor Gaynes (Pushed Back to Strength: A Black Woman's Journey Home) has gathered . Teachers have always made an indelible impression on their charges
Teachers have always made an indelible impression on their charges. In this new book, Gloria Wade Gayles has brought together a winning and touching collection of pieces about teachers and teaching, with inspiring and dramatic anecdotes woven in.
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In her book Pushed Back to Strength, she recalled the insular black community of. .Wade-Gayles and her sister were raised by a mother who was determined that her daughters should succeed in the larger world.
In her book Pushed Back to Strength, she recalled the insular black community of Memphis-its schools, her teachers, the doctors and dentists who served the community-and reflected that it ultimately gave her a sense of pride in her heritage and the courage to go out into the world. She went back to her old neighborhood while writing her book, and drove past the blocks of public housing units that were once her home, wondering, in disbelief, if I ever lived there and loved living there.
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Pushed back to strength: a black woman’s journey home. Pushed back to strength: a black woman’s journey home. Publisher: Beacon Press, Boston, 1993.