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Scholars have consistently, insistently, and persistently demonstrated how the intersection of race and gender negatively affect black girls’ schooling experiences. Recently, researchers at Georgetown University’s law school found that adults view black girls as “less innocent” and “aggressively feminine” in comparison to white girls of the same age. Hence, this week’s blog begs the question, since we cannot change society’s (mis)perceptions of black girls, “How should schools and districts respond to the discipline disparities affecting black girls’ schooling experiences?”

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