Memoirs of Invisible Black Women

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There’s a growing national awareness about racial injustice in American, but often attention is focused on young black men. However, many African-American young women say the issues that most affect them rarely get talked about publicly. They say they sometimes feel invisible.

This story was produced as a part of KQED’s So Well Spoken Series for the show about “tribes” — the ones we choose for ourselves, and the ones people think we belong to.

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