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The Burden of Being

Black women and girls experience discrimination, microaggressions and stereotypes every day. Living with daily racism has a profound impact on the mental health, well-being and lives of all those coping with it. This special program explores the unique mental health burdens of Black women and girls in the United States and features an excerpt of

Yet Unfulfilled, the Promise of Title IX: Let Girls Learn

Title IX was enacted over 50 years ago, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in education. Recently, the Biden administration proposed changes to the Title IX regulations, which could strengthen protections against sex discrimination in education. Yet, girls still learn in environments that are not safe or affirming, and student survivors are too often