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HOODOO, CONJURE, and ROOTWORK: Definition of terms. Hoodoo, Conjure, Rootwork, and similar terms refer to the practice of African American folk magic.

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Voodoo, Root Work, and Medicine
The migration of the Negro has brought "root work" to the industrial North.
Root work and the refusal of surgery
craft, or “¿rootwork.
Cultural Bound Syndromes
hex, root work, voodoo death. African Americans,. Hispanics.
Dysesthesia, Witchcraft,
Belief in hexing or root work is still alive today and should be inquired about in patients with unusual symptoms and an appropriate cultural background.

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Modder Roots Six-Foot-Tall Nexus S, Impresses Geeks Everywhere
it's a fun-sized phone that's got root, but also because he didn't get caught! What method he used to root it, we don't quite know, but if you want him to root your phone, he offers that service too. Check out his video proudly showing his rootwork.
Trail blazers: LEAF interns leave cities behind for summer work
And tree root work. Rheji Freeman, a 17-year-old from New Haven, Conn., goes to the same school as Meran — Common Ground High School — which is environmentally based.

Suggested Web Resources

Rootwork | Powering grassroots networks from the bottom up
Rootwork. Powering grassroots networks from the bottom up.
Ivan Boothe (@rootwork) on Twitter
Sign up for Twitter to follow Ivan Boothe (@rootwork). I work with nonprofits and social change groups on web + online strategy.
Hoodoo (folk magic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
spell or potion, but it may also be used as an adjective for a practitioner. Regional synonyms for hoodoo include conjuration, conjure, witchcraft, or rootwork.
Hoodoo Roots - Your source for rootwork, conjure, mojo, magic and
Hoodoo - Conjure - Rootwork: -- Definition and History
Hoodoo, Conjure, Rootwork, and similar terms refer to the practice of African .

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