Did you know children as young as 11 can perform backbreaking farm work without restriction? Learn the facts and take action.
Reflecting on the place of girls in our studies, Tiffany calls for embracing equity in how we frame and treat girls and girlhood.
too often, Black girlhood centers around their struggles and tragedies – rather than their achievements. This month, we’re highlighting Black girls whose stories are – instead – filled with the more positive side of empowerment.
Four women attended high school together in Los Angeles. They were all born in 1943. One day, they gathered to talk about their teenage memories, including being late bloomers, kissing, and dating in high school. These are their stories.