Black Girls Youth Participatory Action Research & Pedagogies
Crenshaw and Evans-Winters (2024)


Black girls
youth participatory action research

How to Cite

“Black Girls Youth Participatory Action Research & Pedagogies” (2024) Journal of African American Women and Girls in Education, 4(1), pp. 1–6. doi:10.21423/jaawge-v3i2a165.


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Crenshaw and Evans-Winters (2024)


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