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‘Less Innocent, More Adult’: The Unfair Perceptions That Haunt Young Black Girls

US studies suggest adults view black girls quite differently from their white peers, leading to greater levels...

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The Woman Behind ‘Me Too’ Knew the Power of the Phrase When She Created It — 10 Years Ago

Tarana Burke was watching as #MeToo became an Internet phenomenon Sunday. Soon, she started to panic. By the t...

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A Black Woman Created the “Me Too” Campaign Against Sexual Assault 10 Years Ago

Yet, in the early conversations that spurred the “Me Too” movement, there was a sense it wasn’t for us. You co...

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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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Seven policy paths to stop police violence against Black girls and women #G4GC #SayHerName

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Study: Black girls in Pittsburgh are 11x more likely to encounter the juvenile justice system than white peers #G4GC…

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