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Adams-Bass, V.N., & Coleman-King, C.C. (2021). The Guardians of Black Joy: Freedom Schools as Spaces of Healing and Protection. In T.O. Jackson and N. Flowers (Eds). Black Mother Educators: Advancing Praxis for Access, Equity and Achievement. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.

Adams-Bass, V.N. (2021). A Matter of Media: Cultural Appropriation and Expectations of Black Girls In S. J. Arki, B. Delano-Orriaran, A. Michael, E. Moore, M. W. Penick-Parks & O. Swindell (Eds.), Teaching Brilliant and Beautiful Black Girls. Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press.

Adams-Bass, V.N. & Bentley-Edwards, K. L. (2020). The Trouble with Black Girl Magic for Black Girls. In Strong Black Girls Reclaiming Schools in Their Own Image. Apugo, D. Mawhinney, L. and Mbilishaka, A. (Eds.), Teachers College Press.

Adam-Bass, V.N., Henrici, E. (2019). Hardly Ever…I Don’t See it: Black Youth Speak about Positive Media Images of Black Men. In Banjo, O.(Ed.) Media Across the African Diaspora, Content, Audiences and Influence. Routledge: New York.

Chapman-Hilliard, C. Holman, A., Adams-Bass, V., & Pace, S. (2019). The difference Black history

knowledge can make: A consideration of psychosocial influences. In King, L. (Ed.), Perspectives on teaching Black history in schools (pp. 227 – 250). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

Deutsch, N.L., Williams, J.L. & Adams-Bass, V.N. (2019). Diversity in Extended Education in the United States. In Bae, S., Mahoney,  J., Maschke, S., and Stecher, L. (Eds) International developments in research on extended education: Perspectives on extracurricular activities, after-school programs, and all-day schools. Barbara Budrich Publishers: Berlin.

Adam-Bass, V.N. (2017). Remain Firm. In Moore, E.; Michael, A. &Penick-Parks, M. (Eds) The Guide for White Women who Teach Black Boys. Thousand Oaks: Corwin.

Bentley-Edwards, K. L., & Adams-Bass, V.N. (2013). The Whole Picture: Examining Black

Women Through the Life Span. In Afrikan American Women: Living at the Crossroads of Race, Gender, Class, and Culture. H. O. Jackson Lowman (Ed.), Cognella Press/University Readers.

Adams, V.N., & Stevenson H. (2012). Media Socialization, Black Media Images and Black

Adolescent Identity. In Slaughter-Defoe, D. (Ed.) Racial Stereotyping and Child Development

Contributions to Human Development. Basel: Karger.

Bentley, K., Adams, V.N., & Stevenson H. (2008). Racial Socialization: Roots Processes and

Outcomes. In Handbook of African American Psychology. Neville, H., Tynes, B., & Utsey, S.

Sage Publications.

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