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POLICE OVERREACH

How Police Strip Searching a Young Black Girl Makes Black Women Feel

We should protect Black girls and women, but that's not happening

Photo by Jessica Felicio on Unsplash

When Metropolitan police strip-searched a 15-year old Black girl dubbed as "Child Q," they violated her privacy in a way Black women are familiar with. Rarely given the grace or womanly…

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Allison Gaines

Allison Gaines

Womanist Scholar ♥︎ bylines @ Zora, Level, Momentum, GEN, EICCultured, AfroSapiophile, CoFounder of #WEOC allisonthedailywriter.com ☕️ ko-fi.com/allyfromnola

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