Black Women's Roundtable has some statistics on Black females, it is both spirit-stirring and frightening.
The Black Women’s Roundtable published its fourth annual report recently, it sheds some light on the future prospectives for Black females and the issues that affect them most.
Black Women’s Roundtable Releases Annual Report https://t.co/zOSxIeBcM6
— IM Diversity (@IMDiversity) April 1, 2017
Good news first: Black females have lately received more degrees (67% of Associate Degrees earned by Black people and 65% of Bachelor Degrees), they got more successful in business (around 1.9 million Black women owned firms in 2016, employing 376,500 workers and generating $51.4 billion worth of income) and even in politics (they were the largest demographic group to cast ballots during the 2008 and 2012 elections).
— SistersTestify (@SistersTestify) March 30, 2017
But not all the data was so cheering. Black girls are still sent to the juvenile corrective facilities more often than their white counterparts, they are accused of being uncontrollable. And what’s the worst, over 40% of sex trafficking victims are Black females. They outnumber White (25.6%), Hispanic (23.9%) Asian (4.3%) and Other (5.8%) victims.
More Than 40 Percent Of Sex Trafficking Victims Are Black, According To Annual Black Women's Roundtable Report https://t.co/dPpv13Hz21
— Julien C. Forrest (@julien_forrest) April 1, 2017
Within 24 hrs ..and 40%of sex trafficking victims are black women, so we should just shrug this off 😲😞 https://t.co/1pujNt6uUd
— !!MAMA SREMM!! (@BMW4real41) March 27, 2017
To gain more inspiring statistics and increase the number of winners among African-American women it is crucially important to force the government address the above listed issues and and