The History of Black Girlhood Network is a loose collective of scholars researching the experience of black girls across continents.
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- Research Forum – From Persistence to Power: Facts, Truth & Equity for Women
- Winston-Salem State University Professor Dr. Amber DeBono Receives 2017 Karla Holloway Mentoring Award
- Publication: “Flipping the Script: The Dangerous Bodies of Girls of Color”
- Meet The Scholars Building a Network around Black Girlhood
- UVA Researchers Focus on What Black Girls Experience