In this article Jahnine questions, ‘Where are the Black girls in our CSA services, studies and statistics?’

“Makeda is one of eight Black women who took part in a small-scale qualitative study I undertook as part of my ongoing PhD research exploring why little is still known about the experiences of child sexual abuse (CSA) among Black British girls. One of the main themes the women talked about was how perceptions of Black women and girls impact on the identification and disclosure of abuse…”

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