#MeToo: Sexual Violence, Race, and Black Girls Matter (2018)
Publications / Journal Publications
A Look into Black Women’s Presence in STEM
Media Library / Videos by WCW Scholars and Trainers
Black Girls Create: Parents’ Frequently Asked Questions
Projects / Black Girls Create
Black Girls Matter: Social Change Through Research, Practice, and Policy
Audio / Audio 2016/2017
Black History Month: LaShawnda Lindsay, Ph.D.
Does #MeToo Represent Black Girls’ Experiences with Sexual Violence?
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Midyear Brief 2019
Editing the Code of Violence in Northern Nigeria through STEAM Education
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Annual Report 2019
Global Connections, Spring/Summer 2017
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Report Spring/Summer 2017
LaShawnda Lindsay, Ph.D.
Scholars & Trainers / Active Researchers
Presentations & Convenings: Inaugural Women of Color Conference
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Annual Report 2018
Q&A with LaShawnda Lindsay, Ph.D.
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Report Fall/Winter 2016
Science+Art: Designing Accessible Education for Students in Nigeria
Short Takes, Black Girls Create Pilot Study Launched
The Black Girls Create Project: A Pilot Culturally Responsive Informal STEM Learning Program
All Projects / Active Projects
The Politics of Respectability
Wellesley Centers for Women Partners with The Home for Little Wanderers to Host Inaugural Women of Color Conference
For the media / 2018
Wellesley College McNair Scholars Program Evaluation
All Projects / Archived Projects
Why We Need More Diverse Dolls
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