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.
What does YWOC stand for?
YWOC stands for Young Women of Color
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Your Wish Is My Command
- Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association (LDS Church youth organization)
- District Barge, Water (US Navy)
- Water Barge (Non Self-Propelled)
- Yeshiva World News (Brooklyn, NY)
- Your Worst Nightmare
- Youth Water Network
- YMCA of Western North Carolina
- You Will Not Replace Us (white nationalist slogan)
- Yorkshire Wind Orchestra (UK)
- Young Women of Promise, Inc. (Kinston, NC)
- Young Widows or Widowers (Virginia)
- Youth Wind Orchestra of Wisconsin (Waukesha, WI)
- Yellow Pages
- You're Welcome Partner (online gaming chat)
- Young Water Professionals
- Young Wisdom Productions (London, UK band)
- Young Writer's Project
- Young Women in Public Affairs (award presented by Zonta Interational)
- Young Women's Preparatory Academy (Miami, Fl)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The trio partnership aims to help BlackGirlsCODE in their mission to empower and mentor young women of color by highlighting the achievements of women in technology and thereby encourage them to embrace the tech marketplace as builders and creators.
It's also an incredible opportunity for young women of color to earn college athletic scholarships, and Howard has enjoyed serving as a role model for those girls.
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
According to CBS President Leslie Moonves, Don Imus was dropped after "careful consideration of the effect of language like this has on our young people, particularly young women of color.