The book shares the data and interviews she accumulated in her study of criminalization of black girls in schools appendix a provided a q a for girls parents community members and educators it also provides a list of resources and programs for african american girls appendix b highlighted 2 alternatives to punishment. While writing pushout the criminalization of black girls in schools monique w morris spent four years researching race and gender disparities in our educational system and engaging with the girls and women directly impacted namely young women in new orleans chicago new york boston and northern and southern california. The good girl and bad girl dichotomy as chronicled by monique w morris in pushout the criminalization of black girls in schools is a condition that has plagued black girls and . The criminalization of black girls in schools the washington post new york magazine npr and others of the harsh and harmful experiences confronting black girls in schools men emerges with a horrifying regularity comes a timely and indispensable look at the often invisible oppression of girls of color pushout blazes with the . Her book pushout the criminalization of black girls in schools describes the policies practices and cultural illiteracy that causes students to be pushed or dismissed suspended expelled
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