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Barbara Christian

Barbara Christian (December 12, 1943 in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands – June 25, 2000 in Berkeley, California) was an author and professor of African-American Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Among several books, and over 100 published articles, Christian was most well known for the 1980 study Black Women Novelists: The Development of a Tradition.

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I can only speak for myself. But what I write and how I write is done in order to save my own life. ...

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?I haven't heard a word from him in 25 years. If he's changed, he sure hasn't let me know.?

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?We believed the governor would stand by the victim.?

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?They keep talking about the pain he might get from a needle. Look at the long, long torture of what ...

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?It was just a natural gift.?

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?When people had problems, she prayed for them.?

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?I'm so glad this is coming to a close. All the news and notoriety is just making it like the crime ...

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?How can these people be so inhumane? Terri is forgotten and lies cold in her grave, and they feel s ...

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?[I have] no sympathy whatsoever. He not only kills the victim, but he inflicts life-long pain in th ...

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?We just want to get this out of our heads and out of our lives. The whole justice system, it's ridi ...

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?She had the voice of an angel, kind of a cross between Barbara Streisand and Karen Carpenter. She c ...

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