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Impact Report: Bias in the Media, Girls and Young Women of Color

June 20, 2016

In January/February 2015, the National Voices Project (NVP) conducted the Girls and Young Women of Colorsurvey, in partnership with the National Collaborative for Health Equity (NCHE). The sample included 10,046 adults fromKnowledgePanel® and 1,589 from supplementary households. Respondents working or volunteering on behalf of children or young adults (age 0-25) were eligible to complete the full NVP Girls and Young Women of Colorquestionnaire.Respondents were asked "Do you think there is a bias in the media regarding girls and young women from thefollowing groups? (Positive bias/no bias/negative bias)"

Boys and Young Men of Color: Report on Media Perceptions and Racial/Ethnic Inequities

April 1, 2015

This report focuses on media perceptions of BMOC and racial/ethic inequities. We examined how individuals who work or volunteer with children and young adults view the media, healthcare availability, education, employment, incarceration, inequities and selected Place Matters initiatives. Specific questions addressed boys and young men ofcolor, and differences for boys and young men versus girls and young women. 

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