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A desire to support the next generation prompted her to mentor as many young women of color as she could.
WKKF is a partner in the Executive Alliance, a collaboration of some 40-plus foundations focused on changing conditions for young men of color, and by extension, young women of color.
Young women of color who are survivors of abuse are also more likely to become involved in the criminal justice system than White girls--and even more likely to be if they are gender nonconforming.
As budding feminists they are overly familiar with the "validation" pregnancy supposedly provides working class young women of color inundated with media propaganda that hyper-sexualizes black and Latina bodies and demonizes abortion.
This is particularly true of young women of color and/or of low socio-economic status who face complex ethical and cultural issues and needs (American Association of University Women [AAUW], 1992, 2008; James, 1990; Warren-Sams, 2001).
While designed for young women of color associates, this book will be helpful for any woman who practices law.
She's also leading the latest pack of young women of color to break through the often-segregated fashion industry Not bad for an I8-year-old.
She also explores the feminism of young women of color in general by critiquing the usefulness of the political identity "feminist women of color," citing the recent anthology, Colonize This