Women/Girls of Color
In order to accelerate women empowerment,
everyone must support women’s rights and commit themselves to be intersectional,
and they should allow women of color to be centered in the fight for
Black girls have a 12% higher rate of school
suspension than any other race.
Girls/young women of color represent a larger
percent of detention, post-adjudication, juvenile arrests, and delinquencies.
Significant gap opportunities are existing in
careers and STEM education, especially for girls/women of color.
Women of color face many challenges when
participating in the economy, and this widens their pay gap.
What We Do
Eliminate violence against women and girls and
their communities by promoting leadership and centralizing the voices of
women/girls of color in communities.
Organize conferences, events, and circulate
newsletters to incite works to end violence against girls and women of color.
Provide a safe space where girls/women of color can
communicate with each other about self-care issues, education, their feelings,
Enlighten girls/women of color through education
and leadership development programs.
Work to advance justice and human rights for women
and girls of color through economic justice and immigrant rights.
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