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Reading 1: Douglas, J. (2019) ‘Working effectively with African-Caribbean young women: an intersectional approach’. Originally published in Martin Robb, Heather Montgomery and Rachel Thomson (eds) Critical Practice with Children and Young People (pp. 91-107). Re-published with permission of Policy Press (an imprint of Bristol University Press, UK). Policy Press in association with The Open University
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