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Contents Introduction I's Wide Shut: Eyelid Surgery as a Window into the Spirituality of Korean American Adolescent Girls God and Grandmothers: Spiritual Values of Resistance to Racism among African American Adolescent Girls From "Wanton Exile" to Woman Who Fell from the Sky: The Sacred Selves of Native American Girls Sliding Between Borders and the Yearning to Belong: Latina Adolescents Love Letters in a Second-Hand Hope Chest: Working-Class White Girls Delaying Dreams and Expanding Soul "OK with who I am": Listening to Lesbian Young Women Talk about their Spiritualities Conclusion About the Authors Notes [here or end of chapter?] Index [author preparing]
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Teenage girls -- Religious life.
Ethnicity -- North America.
Minorities -- North America.
North America -- Social conditions.