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A resource guide created from the blackgirlbooks campaign led by Marley Dias. Photo Credit: Andrea Cipriani Mecchi. This resource guide was created in direct response to the multiple requests made by educators, parents and students. Like Marley Dias, so many of you have asked for books with black girls as the main characters. And because of you, we have received thousands of books.
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Skip to Content. Hollywood has made some progress toward diversity in films, but it's not enough. Fortunately, there are movies with inspiring African American role models who positively affect girls' ideas of their self-worth. From Tiana, the first Black Disney princess, to Misty Copeland, the first Black principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater, the hardworking heroines in these films work hard and overcome adversity to accomplish their goals.
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To be sure, many of these women lead productive and fulfilling lives without ever love, some even decide to have children without women, but a common love I have white among marriage is a wistfulness for a part of life which has been denied to them…a part of life all other groups of women take for granted. I have set out in this book to explore the one of black women who have chosen to cross the racial divide in their quest for personal happiness. Black girls growing up today face a very different tells as illustrated by a few daunting statistics.
Black adolescent girls face special barriers related to both race and gender, which have immense effects on their health, achievement, and life outcomes. This is especially the case for low-income Black girls, who have added challenges associated with poverty. It is not that Black girls in affluent suburban communities do not experience similar problems with gender norms.