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  1. Child : for chamber orchestra

    Roumain, Daniel Bernard
    [Verona, New Jersey] : Notevole Music Publishing : Subito Music, [2009?]

  2. Child : for chamber ensemble

    Lang, David (David A.)
    Full score - [Brooklyn, New York] : Red Poppy Music ; [Milan?] : Ricordi, [2020]

  3. Child : a memoir

    Goldman, Judy (Poet)
    Columbia, South Carolina : University of South Carolina Press, [2022]

    "In Rock Hill, South Carolina, in 1949, Judy Kurtz and Mattie Culp shared a bed, but when Judy needed stitches after a playground accident, the white child and Black woman were sent to separate, segregated, hospital waiting rooms. In 1956, Judy and Mattie discovered Elvis together--a white man dancing Black on the Ed Sullivan Show--but only Judy would attend his live concert. After Mattie's daughter, Minnie, rode in the local Christmas parade as her university's beauty queen, Mattie rode home with the Kurtzes. In Child, Judy (Kurtz) Goldman tells the story of her relationship with Mattie Culp, who worked for her family and helped raise her, reflecting on the deep love that grew up around the unconscionable scaffolding of segregation and racism. Judy, now eighty, cross-examines what it meant to be a white child in the Jim Crow south; what it meant for Mattie to entrust her own young daughter to family so that she could "live in" with a white family and earn an income that would put Minnie through college; what it means for a relationship to evolve in and out of step with a changing world; and what it means to remember. This tender memoir is a book of small moments, both heart-warming and heartbreaking, that form a more than sixty-year-long love story. Child is a story half told that asks whether we can ever tell the whole truth, even to ourselves"--In 1944, Mattie Culp, a 26-year-old African American woman, left her own young daughter, Minnie, in her family's care to work as a live-in maid and caregiver for a white couple and their three-year-old daughter, Judy, in Rock Hill, South Carolina. In Child, Judy Goldman tells the story of her relationship with Mattie, reflecting on the deep love that grew up around the unconscionable scaffolding of segregation and racism.Now 80, Goldman reflects on her privileged life as a white Jewish child in the Jim Crow south; the sacrifices Mattie endured to earn an income that would put Minnie through college; how a relationship can evolve in and out of step with a changing world; and the role these memories play in her life today. In Child, a soul-searching Goldman asks whether we can ever tell the whole truth, even to ourselves.

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  1. Child Mortality, Paraguay, 2002

    East View Cartographic, Inc and Paraguay. División de Estadística y Censos
    2002

    This polygon shapefile contains statistics on child mortality from the 2002 Census of Paraguay. The census information was collected by the Divisio...

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    East View Cartographic, Inc and Instituto Nacional de Estadística (Venezuela)
    2011

    This polygon shapefile represents the year of the last born child to women 12 years of age or older according to the 2011 Census of Population and ...

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    Harvard Map Collection, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Massachusetts, and Massachusetts Office of Geographic and Environmental Information (MassGIS)
    1998

    This datalayer is a polygon coverage representing the occurrence of elevated lead levels (greater than 15ug/dL or 15 micrograms per deciliter) in c...

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