Thalia Gonzalez on "Girlhood Interrupted"

Premiere DateJul 4, 2017
Categories Culture Politics Talk
00:00 Intro
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00:44 Thalia Gonzalez
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02:14 Explanations for Findings
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04:53 Deeply Held Stereotypes
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06:36 Future Research
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09:38 Understanding Perceptions Sooner
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13:01 Outro
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13:43 All Katie Dey
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15:13 Finish
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Thalia Gonzalez joins the show to discuss the groundbreaking new study “Girlhood Interrupted,” how perceptions of black girls differ starkly from those of their white peers, and how this problem can be acknowledged and solved.

Thalia Gonzalez is the co-author of “Girlhood Interrupted: The Erasure of Black Girls Childhood” and a visiting research at the Georgetown Law Center of Poverty and Inequality, which produced the report. She’s also an associate professor of politics at Occidental College.

Joe Virgillito is a staff writer and podcast producer at BTRtoday He is a graduate of Quinnipiac University with a degree in journalism. In his spare time, he enjoys reading and wandering around aimlessly, as…

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