Many thanks to @CAgoldberglaw for highlighting our report #GirlhoodInterrupted in her new memoir #NobodysVictim.
Check out this excerpt via @thelilynews #EndAdultificationBias (link: https://t.co/q4KyzjLYpn) pic.twitter.com/gE3BqNEVHQ
— Gender Justice & Opportunity (@gtowngenderjust) August 13, 2019
This video explains 'adultification bias'. Share your story at https://t.co/ww8My2nKPn#LetBlackGirlsBeGirlshttps://t.co/B3ZYrZHGDo
Twitter: @GeorgetownLaw @GtownLawPovCntrhttps://t.co/04ymPPA9dfhttps://t.co/rcXYCeWPAv
— Sincecombahee (@Sincecombahee) June 19, 2019
Adultification of Black girls starts early, says @RepKarenBass (CA-37). “It can actually start with pre-school,” she told @BlackPressUSA. “Can you believe it?”#EndAdultificationBiashttps://t.co/RZe44cvBqG
— Center on Poverty (@GtownLawPovCntr) June 27, 2019
— John King (@JohnBKing) May 20, 2019
— Vivian Taylor (@TayloredLooks) August 2, 2018
When I was helping to lead my school walk out:
Principal: "Naomi is being very aggressive"
Mom: "She just asked you to re-instate the state required recess that you took from her and the other kids working on the walkout"#LetBlackGirlsBeGirls share your story @GtownLawPovCntr https://t.co/abSJAmW9kT
— Naomi Wadler (@NaomiWadler) May 15, 2019