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Gilbert, D. J., Harvey, A. R., & Belgrave, F. Z. (2009). Advancing the Africentric paradigm shift discourse: Building toward evidence-based Africentric interventions in social work practice with African Americans. Social Work, 54(3), 243-252. Available at link: http://mha.ohio.gov/Portals/0/assets/Learning/CulturalCompetence/African%20American/Full%20Articles/EBP.African.American.pdf

Mikle, K. S. (2016). African American couples: Socio-cultural factors impacting marriage trends, reflections on marriageability, and a systematic review of culturally grounded couple and marriage relationship intervention (Doctoral dissertation). University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. Available at: https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/handle/2152/40243

Williams, J., Simon, C., & Bell, A. (2015). Missing the mark: The image of the social work profession in an African-American community. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work24(1), 56-70.

Geary, A. M. (2014). Antiblack racism and the AIDS epidemic: State intimacies (pp. 1-29). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Flay, B. R., Graumlich, S., Segawa, E., Burns, J. L., & Holliday, M. Y. (2004). Effects of 2 prevention programs on high-risk behaviors among African American youth: A randomized trial. Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine158(4), 377-384.

Cherry, V. R., Belgrave, F. Z., Jones, W., Kennon, D. K., Gray, F. S., & Phillips, F. (1998). NTU: An Africentric approach to substance abuse prevention among African American youth. The Journal of Primary Prevention18(3), 319-339.

Marcus, M., Walker, T., Swint, J. M., Smith, B. P., Brown, C., Busen, N., ... & von Sternberg, K. (2004). Community-based participatory research to prevent substance abuse and HIV/AIDS in African-American adolescents. Journal of interprofessional care18(4), 347-359.

Wingood, G. M., & DiClemente, R. J. (2006). Enhancing adoption of evidence–based HIV interventions: Promotion of a suite of HIV prevention interventions for African American women. AIDS Education and Prevention, 18 (supp), 161-170. doi:10.1521/aeap.2006.18.supp.161

Wechsberg, W. M., Lam, W. K., Zule, W. A., & Bobashev, G. (2004). Efficacy of a woman-focused intervention to reduce HIV risk and increase self-sufficiency among African American crack abusers. American journal of public health94(7), 1165-1173.

Belgrave, F. Z., Chase-Vaughn, G., Gray, F., Addison, J. D., & Cherry, V. R. (2000). The effectiveness of a culture and gender-specific intervention for increasing resiliency among African American preadolescent females. Journal of Black Psychology26(2), 133-147.

Belgrave, F. Z., Reed, M. C., Plybon, L. E., & Corneille, M. (2004). The impact of a culturally enhanced drug prevention program on drug and alcohol refusal efficacy among urban African American girls. Journal of Drug Education34(3), 267-279.

Belgrave, F. Z. (2002). Relational theory and cultural enhancement interventions for African American adolescent girls. Public Health Reports117(Supp), S76.

Coard, S. I., Wallace, S. A., Stevenson, H. C., & Brotman, L. M. (2004). Towards culturally relevant preventive interventions: The consideration of racial socialization in parent training with African American families. Journal of Child and Family Studies13(3), 277-293.

Flay, B. R., Graumlich, S., Segawa, E., Burns, J. L., & Holliday, M. Y. (2004). Effects of 2 prevention programs on high-risk behaviors among African American youth: A randomized trial. Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine158(4), 377-384.

Haire-Joshu, D. (2004). Responses to behaviorally vs culturally tailored cancer communication among African American women. American journal of health behavior28(3), 195-207.