'A new study from Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality found that adults view Black girls as less Innocent and less in need of protection than White girls, especially in the age range of 5-14. Read the report.' -- GeorgetownLawChannel
The findings build on past studies that surveyed respondents’ perceptions of black boys.
When compared with their white peers, young black girls are viewed less as children and more like adults.
A new study finds that adults view them as less child-like and less in need of protection than their white peers.
Study Shows Black Girls Are Viewed As More Adult-Like Than White Girls A study released this week is confirming what black women across America already knewtheir adolescent bodies were seen as less innocent than white girls. The stu...