Are you researching and writing about black girls? Then, join The Black Girlhood Project Zotero group.
Zotero is a free, open source reference collection platform much like EndNote and RefWorks, except it allows you to collaborate and share references with other scholars. This Zotero group will supplement the BGP Reading List and extend our community’s efforts to highlight and share literature and scholarship that prominently feature and/or analyze black female children and adolescents.
To join, click on the link above and check out the group. Then, click on the group title (Black Girlhood Project) and the “Join” button. Afterwards, I will approve you, and you can begin perusing the resources listed in the group library and adding references that you think will help other members of the BGP community.