The Report on the Status of Black Women and Girls(r) is the only ongoing Report on the state of Black females in America. Topic areas include: health, education, marital status, religious beliefs, employment/income, political participation, and criminal justice. This Report also provides comparative information with other ethnic groups. Who should read it? Parents, Educators, Social Workers, Clergy, Policy-Makers, and all women (and those who care about women and girls). The Report on the Status of Black Women and Girls(r) is 57 pages, with clear language, written for the concerned individual and professional. It is a Report on Black females, as whole people, looking at her achievements as well as her challenges.