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Promoting Self-Esteem among African-American Girls Through Racial, Cultural Connections

A University of Washington study examined the role of a cultural enrichment curriculum in improving African-American girls’ confidence and engagement in school.

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Author(s): Janine M. Jones, Lisa H. Lee, Alexa Matlack, Julia Zigarelli
Organization: University of Washington
Date: 8/2/23
Resource Type: Publication
Topic: DEI & Anti-Oppression, Gender Justice, Health & Healing, Youth

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