A two-year policy series launched by The Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality, National Crittenton, and The Human Rights Project for Girls and sponsored by The Anne E. Casey Foundation, The Atlantic Philanthropies, and  Open Society Foundation’s Special Fund for the Alleviation of Poverty. The Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy chose to highlight this policy series in their symposium issue because of the vital light it shines on a population that is all too invisible in most policy debates: low income girls involved in our public systems and facing unique challenges.

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