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Failing our daughters

Failing our daughters

Source http://www.indianapolisrecorder.com/opinion/article_1e8f6c18-6f63-11ea-8c0f-b7e51b61795e.html   We are failing our girls.  That’s pretty much the message of  “Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools,” airing at 9 p.m. March 26 on WFYI. I was able to get an advanced look at the documentary, and it’s heartbreaking.  It

New Documentary Examines How Black Girls Are Disproportionately Punished In Schools

New Documentary Examines How Black Girls Are Disproportionately Punished In Schools

Source https://www.blackenterprise.com/new-documentary-exposes-discrimination-towards-black-girls-in-u-s-schools/   Over the years, numerous reports and news stories have been released around young black girls experiencing unfair treatment and racial discrimination. A recent documentary is now exposing the severity of harsh treatment that many black girls face at an early age. Earlier

Have black girls been criminalized in schools? The answer might be in this new PBS doc

Have black girls been criminalized in schools? The answer might be in this new PBS doc

Source https://thesource.com/2020/03/14/black-girls-criminalized-pbs-doc/   A lot of research has been done on the criminalization of Black boys, but few have taken the time to properly unpack how Black girls are treated by the media, authorities and in their very own communities. However, Dr. Monique W. Morris,

Dr. Monique W. Morris: The Criminalization of Black Girls in School

Dr. Monique W. Morris: The Criminalization of Black Girls in School

Source https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-monique-w-morris-criminalization-black-girls-in/id1336361820?i=1000468122827   Black girls, and other girls of color, experience discriminatory, racist and unfair treatment in school, including suspensions, expulsions, referrals to law enforcement and arrests on school campuses, at rates that exceed the average public school population— and far exceed those experienced by

New Documentary Examines How Black Girls Are Disproportionately Punished In Schools

New Documentary Examines How Black Girls Are Disproportionately Punished In Schools

Source https://www.npr.org/2020/03/14/815778434/new-documentary-examines-how-black-girls-are-disproportionately-punished-in-scho   NPR’s Renee Montagne speaks to Monique Morris who produced the documentary “Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools,” based on her book of the same name. RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST: A video of a shocking arrest has been generating outrage since it

New Documentary Examines How Black Girls Are Disproportionately Punished In Schools

New Documentary Examines How Black Girls Are Disproportionately Punished In Schools

Source https://blackchronicle.com/new-documentary-exposes-discrimination-toward-black-girls-in-u-s-schools/   Over the years, numerous reports and news stories have been released around young black girls experiencing unfair treatment and racial discrimination. A recent documentary is now exposing the severity of harsh treatment that many black girls face at an early age. Earlier

PBS Will Premiere A Film That Gives Voice to School-Age Black Girls, While Highlighting the Many Ways They Are Criminalized While Learning

PBS Will Premiere A Film That Gives Voice to School-Age Black Girls, While Highlighting the Many Ways They Are Criminalized While Learning

Source https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/3/13/1926413/-Black-Kos-Week-In-Review   Disciplinary action taken against Black girls in high schools is severely imbalanced compared to White students—they are six times more likely to be suspended than White girls, according to a 2015 report from the African American Policy Forum—and the new documentary, “Pushout: The

New Doc Exposes Unfair Treatment of African-American Girls in US Schools

New Doc Exposes Unfair Treatment of African-American Girls in US Schools

Source https://www.forbes.com/sites/janelevere/2020/03/11/new-doc-exposes-unfair-treatment-of-african-american-girls-in-us-schools/#df451a78029a   A new documentary, PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools, debuting on PBS March 16, exposes the alarming numbers of African-American girls facing unfair and inequitable treatment in schools across the country and outlines initiatives to help them cope and heal. UNITED STATES