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G4GC Presents: 2020 (Re)Imagining Futures for Girls of Color, Register by January 10
'Nobody saw me': why are so many Native American women and girls trafficked?
Data show girls in NYC schools receive special ed services at disproportionately lower rates than boys.
Ayanna Pressley introduces legislation to end the ‘pushout’ of Black girls
A just society doesn’t criminalize girls
Making missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls visible
Writing the stories of Black girls in America
Decriminalizing Black Girls
Black Kids Go Missing at a Higher Rate than White Kids.
The Criminalization of Black Girlhood
Muslim Student Athlete Disqualified From Race for Wearing Hijab
Suicide Attempts Among Black Children and Teens Increasing at Alarming Rates
Meet the Young Activists of Color who are Leading the Charge Against Climate Disaster
The U.S. Has Been Silencing Black Girls’ Voices for Decades
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley Tackles The ‘PUSHOUT’ Of Black Girls At School
Black Girls Rock…So Why Aren’t They Getting The Healthcare They Need And Deserve?
The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools
Black Girls Can’t Dress Their Way Out of Racist or Sexist Policies
Black Girls Say D.C. School Dress Codes Unfairly Target Them. Now They’re Speaking Up.
Fighting the Degrading and Dangerous Treatment of Menstruating Migrant Girls
Alliance for Girls Releases Eye-Opening Report on the Lived Experience of Girls of Color
Half of Black Girls Report Being Sexually Coerced. There are Ways We Can Help Protect Them.
Schools Keep Punishing Girls who Report Sexual Assaults, and the Trump Administration’s Title IX Reforms Won’t Stop It
What Toni Morrison's, The Bluest Eye, Taught Me About Being a Black Girl in America
How Negative Perceptions At School Can Impact on Black Girls And Their Education
Cyntoia Brown Is Getting Back The Childhood She & So Many Young Black Girls Never Had
Sally Nuamah on how punishment against black girls impacts our democracy
4 in 5 black girls face trauma in Arkansas
Team GB's only black swimmer: 'I understand why girls would quit over their hair'
For These Native American Girls, Coding Became the Language to Discuss Mental Health
Cyntoia Brown and how the U.S. criminal justice system fails black women and girls
Girl Describes Conditions Inside Immigrant Detention Center
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Grantmakers for Girls of Color Among 116 Organizations MacKenzie Scott Pledges to Support.
July 30, 2020 - 8:29 pm
Announcing the third and fourth rounds of grantees for the G4GC Love Is Healing COVID-19 Response Fund
July 21, 2020 - 10:16 am
Inside Philanthropy: Staffing Up and Moving Money, Grantmakers for Girls of Color Charts a New Course
July 15, 2020 - 1:51 pm
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