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University of Pittsburgh U. Preparing adolescents for possible bias is also a protective factor, though a combination of this preparation and racial socialization is ideal in moderating the possible damaging effects of racial discrimination by teachers or fellow students, according to a study published in the journal Child Development. Scholarly research has shown that African American students, males in particular, are at risk for being unfairly disciplined, being discouraged from taking advanced classes, or receiving lower grades than they deserved, all because of their race.
By Evette Dionne Feb 22 Too often these days, black girls and teens are often overlooked in pop culture. But times were different when I was a kid in the s and s. Black girls had a multitude of coming-of-age television series and films that spoke to our experiences. Seeing black female protagonists depicted on these shows helped me navigate childhood and the complications of being a teenager. It was also a golden age for depictions of young black women in movies.
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