Listening Session on the Needs of Young Women of Color

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Too often, when we talk about issues facing girls, the discussion is limited. This report from the Girls for Gender Equity and the National Women’s Law Center attempts to elevate the voices of girls and young women of color in New York City and propose solutions to the barriers they face in the un-level playing field that creates and maintains poverty for people in certain circumstances.

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