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Black Girl Talks impact community


Black History Month is a time to stop and pay tribute to the contributions African Americans have made to the United States. One of the ways Missouri State is paying tribute is by uplifting Black voices who are making a difference in their community.

Dr. Ashley Payne, assistant professor of psychology at Missouri State University, created a mentorship program for local black adolescent girls called Black Girl Talks.

Payne explains the heart behind Black Girl Talks and the difference it’s making in our community.

Black Girl Talks impact community

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