2 thoughts on “Black Girls Must be Included in D.C.’s Juvenile Justice Reform Efforts

  1. As a concerned social worker, author, girl’s empowerment expert, and, as the creator of the award-winning GOT IT GOIN’ ON® (GIGO/recognized by Oprah & ESSENCE Magazine) empowerment brand for girls of color, including the GIGO personal development handbook series, social-emotional learning program, and the GIGO Training & Licensing Conference (www.janiceferebee.com; http://www.gotitgoinon.com), I’d like to find out how my social enterprise can be more meaningfully engaged in this critical issue. Please let me know who to contact to explore the opportunities of be of greater service to our girls of color. SPEAK LIFE TO WOMEN & GIRLS!

  2. The DC Juvenile Justice Advisory Group is focusing on the needs of female-identifying youth in the system as part of its key priorities this year following this crucial report from Rights4Girls and Georgetown. Thank you for the important work!