How do stereotypes contribute to perceptions of black teens?

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Rheeda Walker, Ph.D. with the University of Houston discusses the findings of a recent Georgetown University study which found that African American girls know more about sex than white girls of the same age. (KTRK)

Rheeda Walker, Ph.D. with the University of Houston discusses the findings of a recent Georgetown University study which found that African American girls know more about sex than white girls of the same age.

Dr. Walker talks about some of the historical stereotypes about black women that may have contributed to the study findings.

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