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When Black Hair Violates The Dress Code

Raising teenage girls can be a tough job. Raising black teenage girls as white parents can be even tougher. A...

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‘I told him I can’t breathe’: Police punch teen girl after mistaking her for black male suspect

On the day Tatyana Hargrove rode her bike to try to buy her dad a Father’s Day gift, temperatures in Bakersfie...

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Black Teen ‘Mistaken’ for Larger, Bald Black Man Says Police in Calif. Drew Gun on Her, Punched Her in the Mouth

A black 19-year-old woman says she was confronted by police at gunpoint, punched in the mouth and bitten by a ...

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Second National Funders Convening

On June 7, more than 125 funders met for an all-day convening in New York for an urgent conversation on girls of color and safety.  At the convening, funders heard from girls of color impacted by interpersonal and state violence, discussed how movements are responding, and explored how funders can best support efforts working to create safety.

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