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Do Women Of Color Philanthropists Give Differently From Their White Counterparts?
You Know Madeleine McCann. These Missing Girls Of Color Are Cold Cases, Too.
How Philanthropy Can Advance the Urgent Needs of Women and Girls of Color
Naomi Wadler Continues Her Activism for Black Girls One Year After Walkouts
What We Risk When We Fail to Protect Black Girls
The NoVo Foundation Launches Major Grant Program Aimed at Stopping Sexual Exploitation
With and For Girls Collective: Lessons from a Collaborative Approach to Funding With and For Girls
How the StrongBlackWoman impacts black girls' access to mental health services
The Legal System Has Failed Black Girls, Women, and Non-Binary Survivors of Violence
4 Black Middle School Girls Allegedly Strip-Searched At New York State School
Parents Must Shut Down the School-to-Prison Pipeline
On The Criminal Justice System And Its Biases Against Black Women And Girls
Watch The OverExplainer Break Down What It Actually Means To "Protect Black Girls"
How Societies View Black Girls and Women
Women and Girls of Color Need Justice Too
On R. Kelly and How We Fail Black Girls
The Case of the Missing Girl
'Surviving R. Kelly' Sheds Light on Bigger Issue: Black Women Raped at Higher Rates but Report Less
Who Cares About Little Black Girls?
‘Surviving R. Kelly’ Spurs Change, But Years Of Activism By Women Of Color Made It Possible
Cyntoia Brown, R. Kelly and the Refusal to Recognize Black and Brown Female Victims
After the ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ Documentary, #MeToo Has Finally Returned to Black Girls
24 Native Americans, most of them women, went missing last year. Two senators doing something about it.
If You Care About Cyntoia Brown, You Should Know Chrystul Kizer's Name
Cyntoia Brown is going home. We can't go back to business as usual
Sex Trafficking Victim Cyntoia Brown Granted Clemency After 15 Years in Prison
Two Native women in Congress isn't enough to end the systemic violence Native girls face
Nebraska Native American girl: I am expected to stay quiet
Native American Women Are Disappearing. Why Is Nothing Being Done?
Fight for Cyntoia Brown's freedom continues
Education Dept. Safety Report Recommends Ending Discipline Policies That Protect Students Of Color
The girl who died in Border Patrol custody was healthy before she arrived, father says
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Half of black girls report being sexually coerced. There are ways we can help protect them.
August 16, 2019 - 9:13 am
Schools keep punishing girls who report sexual assaults, and the Trump administration’s Title IX reforms won’t stop it
August 14, 2019 - 9:28 am
What Toni Morrison’s, The Bluest Eye, Taught Me About Being a Black Girl in America
August 12, 2019 - 8:59 am
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