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Girls for Gender Equity
A Long Walk HomeGrace DuVall JohnstonKeeping Black Girls at the Center of #MeToo_A Town Hall, Grace DuVall Johnston, (2018)
A Long Walk HomeSebastián Hidalgo
ALongWalkHomeGrace DuVall JohnstonKeeping Black Girls at the Center of #MeToo_A Town Hall, Grace DuVall Johnston, (2018)
A Long Walk Home;Stevie Hart
A Long Walk HomeSarah JiBlack Girl Takeover, Douglas Park, Sarah-Ji, (2018)
A Long Walk HomeSebastián Hidalgo
ALongWalkHomeBlack Girl Takeover inaugurated a public art program by black girls and young women in North Lawndale’s Douglas Park to address the rising crisis of violence against black girls in Chicago.
A Long Walk HomeSteve HartPicturing Black Girlhood
A Long Walk HomeDescription: Black Girl Takeover inaugurated a public art program by black girls and young women in North Lawndale’s Douglas Park to address the rising crisis of violence against black girls in Chicago.
Girls for Gender Equity
A Long Walk HomeTonayviaTurner
Girls for Gender Equity
GirlsforGenderEquity
A Long Walk HomeSelf-Portrait, Cherrish Brown Self-Portrait, Cherrish Brown, 2009
Black Girl Freedom Fund Caitlynn HollandCaitlynn Holland is the teenage artist behind the Black Girl Freedom Fund logo. “When I was asked to draw an image, I was extremely excited to showcase my images and skills for an organization that is centered around Black girls like me,” wrote Caitlynn. She drew different images for consideration, and we chose all of them. We enlisted Diana Nguyen – a Bay Area raised, New York-based digital activist, youth worker and storyteller – to bring the logo to life. Caitlynn says she is “very proud of how it turned out and that it’s my own drawings. I think that it’s such a great honor. To me, the Black Girl Freedom Fund means investing in young Black girls and recognizing us in a world that always overlooks and underestimates us.” Thank you, Caitlynn! We wish you the best as you achieve your future goals to graduate from college, become an entrepreneur and cosmetic nurse.
About The Black Girl Freedom Fund

The Black Girl Freedom Fund is an initiative of Grantmakers for Girls of Color (G4GC). G4GC is fiscally-sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.

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