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'They are totally overlooked': Young black girls viewed as less innocent, study finds

If you were to write a letter to your childhood self, knowing everything you know now, what would it say?

If you're black and female, you would likely use the word "adversity" a lot.

A new report from the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality reaffirms that being a black girl isn't easy.

A survey of 325 adults found that compared with young white girls, people think young black girls need less nurturing, protection, support and comfort. They're seen as more independent, and participants think

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