African American Youth

The Never-Ending Task of Shielding Black Kids From Negative Stereotypes | The Atlantic Many black parents vigilantly curate the books, movies, and toys their children are exposed to—with mixed success.">The Never-Ending Task of Shielding Black Kids From Negative Stereotypes | The Atlantic Many black parents vigilantly curate the books, movies, and toys their children are exposed to—with mixed success.

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Many black parents vigilantly curate the books, movies, and toys their children are exposed to—with mixed success.
The Never-Ending Task of Shielding Black Kids From Negative Stereotypes | The Atlantic Many black parents vigilantly curate the books, movies, and toys their children are exposed to—with mixed success." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

We can’t ignore race in the tragic story of Devonte Hart and his white adoptive mothers | The Washington Post There’s a dominant narrative of white innocence that contributes to the perception of white parents who adopt black children as selfless do-gooders.">We can’t ignore race in the tragic story of Devonte Hart and his white adoptive mothers | The Washington Post There’s a dominant narrative of white innocence that contributes to the perception of white parents who adopt black children as selfless do-gooders.

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There’s a dominant narrative of white innocence that contributes to the perception of white parents who adopt black children as selfless do-gooders.
We can’t ignore race in the tragic story of Devonte Hart and his white adoptive mothers | The Washington Post There’s a dominant narrative of white innocence that contributes to the perception of white parents who adopt black children as selfless do-gooders." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Kheris Rogers Launches Clothing Line to Combat Bullying Based on Skin Color | Teen Vogue "You are beautiful no matter what shade you are."">Kheris Rogers Launches Clothing Line to Combat Bullying Based on Skin Color | Teen Vogue "You are beautiful no matter what shade you are."

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"You are beautiful no matter what shade you are."
Kheris Rogers Launches Clothing Line to Combat Bullying Based on Skin Color | Teen Vogue "You are beautiful no matter what shade you are."" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Jennings Junior High leads 2.8-mile trek to raise money for a well in Kenya | The St. Louis American “We’re walking for water!” a Jennings Junior School student shouted while waving a sign at passing cars. Many honked in solidarity.">Jennings Junior High leads 2.8-mile trek to raise money for a well in Kenya | The St. Louis American “We’re walking for water!” a Jennings Junior School student shouted while waving a sign at passing cars. Many honked in solidarity.

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“We’re walking for water!” a Jennings Junior School student shouted while waving a sign at passing cars. Many honked in solidarity.
Jennings Junior High leads 2.8-mile trek to raise money for a well in Kenya | The St. Louis American “We’re walking for water!” a Jennings Junior School student shouted while waving a sign at passing cars. Many honked in solidarity." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The 11-year-old who galvanised a global movement at the March for Our Lives | The Guardian Elementary school pupil Naomi Wadler spoke with composure and eloquence as she reminded us that black women suffer more than any other group from gun violence">The 11-year-old who galvanised a global movement at the March for Our Lives | The Guardian Elementary school pupil Naomi Wadler spoke with composure and eloquence as she reminded us that black women suffer more than any other group from gun violence

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Elementary school pupil Naomi Wadler spoke with composure and eloquence as she reminded us that black women suffer more than any other group from gun violence.
The 11-year-old who galvanised a global movement at the March for Our Lives | The Guardian Elementary school pupil Naomi Wadler spoke with composure and eloquence as she reminded us that black women suffer more than any other group from gun violence" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More