The hyper-sexualization of Black bodies is a real thing, one that starts young and travels with you your entire life. The first time I was catcalled, I was walking to the library. I had on jeans, an oversized hoodie and Converse sneakers. I can drive you home if you need me to. I looked around frantically to see if any adults were in sight, and quickly ran into the library where I waited for my mother to come and get me. You know, the one who could make all the men fall at her feet, who could get anything that she wanted and had all the confidence in the world. Of course, that was just the dream sold to Black youth and Black girls like me — it omitted the nightmare that came with it. And, when compared to white girls of the same age, the study suggested Black girls needed less protection, less support and comfort, and knew more about adult topics, like sex. While being sexualized at a young age is not exclusive to Black and Latinx girls, it does seem to be more prevalent and, dare I say, normalized in our communities, although it did not actually START with Black or Latinx people.
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Five Black teenagers left their homes in a neighborhood in Cali, Colombia, to fly their kites and play on a recent August morning. By midday, their mothers were looking for them. The murders in the impoverished Llano Verde neighborhood have shocked a nation accustomed to violence and shone a light on those disproportionately affected by it: ethnic minorities. It also illuminates the cracks in a fragile peace deal designed to reduce violence. The slaughter of the five teenagers marks a new and disturbing low for a country struggling to free itself from five decades of brutal armed conflict. On August 13, two days after the boys were killed, a grenade was thrown at the police station in Llano Verde. The attack injured 15 people and left one man dead. It is humble communities like these, home to Afro-Colombian and indigenous residents, say observers, that are the main victims of violence. For years, the Colombian government has faltered in its efforts to implement the peace accords. Those pushed off their lands often make new homes in neighborhoods like Llano Verde in Cali.
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The girls, ages 13 and 15, were found by one of their mothers more than three miles away, police said, and have since been reunited with their families after interviews with investigators. It was an extraordinary example of just how deeply rooted the frustration and mistrust in the police can be in Milwaukee's communities of color. Prominent local activists accused the police of not trying hard enough to find missing persons. Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales described the crowd's actions as "vigilantism. According to accounts from Milwaukee police and fire departments, along with hours of videos posted to social media:. Around 5 p. Sunday, two girls, ages 13 and 15, were last seen in the block of North 21st Street. They were reported missing four hours later, Sgt.
As someone who has written extensively about how Black girls are criminalized in our schools and communities, I am pleased to see the drive for police-free schools gain new traction. It's time for a nationwide call. When I was researching my book "Pushout," I encountered innumerable stories of Black girls arrested and abused by school police.