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Black Girl Futurity and Liberation

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Taryrn T.C. Brown University of Florida, USA taryrnbrown@coe.ufl.edu

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Battle, Nishaun. Black Girlhood, Punishment, and Resistance: Reimagining Justice for Black Girls in Virginia. New York: Routledge, 2020.

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Taryrn T.C. Brown (she/her/hers) (ORCID ID: 0000-0001-6380-40470) is Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Foundations and Program Coordinator for the Schools, Society, and Policy at the University of Florida. Her interdisciplinary work and scholarship rests at the nexus of Black Girlhood Studies and Black feminist thought. Email:taryrnbrown@coe.ufl.edu

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  • Campt, Tina M. 2017. Listening to Images. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

  • Crenshaw, Kimberle´, Jyoti Nanda, Priscilla Ocen, and African American Policy Forum and Columbia University. 2015. Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out Overpoliced and Underprotected. New York NY: African American Policy Forum: Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies Columbia University. http://static1.squarespace.com/static/53f20d90e4b0b80451158d8c/t/54d2d37ce4b024b41443b0ba/1423102844010/BlackGirlsMatter_Report.pdf.

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  • Lindsey, Treva. 2018. “Ain't Nobody Got Time for That: Anti-Black Girl Violence in the Era of #SayHerName.” Urban Education 53 (2): 162175. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0042085917747098.

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  • Smith-Purviance, Ashley. 2021. “Masked Violence against Black Women and Girls.” Feminist Studies 47 (1): 175200. https://doi.org/10.1353/fem.2021.0000.

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