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- American Association of University Women (AAUW) – the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls.
- “Code Switching”: Biracial Identity & Higher Education – Daphne Stanford
- Excellence as a Survival Strategy for Black Women in Academia – Dellea K. Copeland
- Girls Write Now – aims to provide guidance, support, and opportunities for at-risk girls enrolled in public high schools. Through a mentorship program, they’re encouraged to develop their creativity and explore careers in professional and writing while learning important decision making skills.
- Invisible Labor: Exploitation of Scholars of Color in Academia – Dr. Eric Anthony Grollman
- She’s The First – provides scholarships to girls in low-income countries, fostering first-generation graduates and cultivating the next generation of global leaders.
- Step Up – an organization that helps teenage urban high school students who often face difficult situations, like poverty and violence, with resources to become college-bound and career-focused professional women. These girls go on to end the cycle often by becoming the first in their family to receive a college education.
- What “White Folks Who Teach In The Hood” Get Wrong About Education – Kenya Downs