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Black Girls Disproportionately Confined; Struggle for Dignity in Juvenile Court Schools

By Monique W. Morris America’s Wire Writers Group Nationwide, African American girls continue to be disproportionately over-represented among girls in confinement and court-ordered residential placements. They are also significantly over-represented among girls who...
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Do you ‘Cee’ what I see?: An Ahistorical Collision Between Hip-Hop,”Manhood,” Silence and Sexuality

Guest commentary by Cleo Manago, CEO and founder of the Black Men’s Xchange (BMX)  By now you may have heard about the recent scandal surrounding Mister Cee, a well-known hip-hop DJ in New York City....
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