Binta Alleyne-Green remembers them well—the teenage girls, nervous and vulnerable, who walked into the health clinic with pressing questions about pregnancy, birth control, or sexually transmitted infections. Most were black. Almost always, they came alone.
“They were just so young, and they were inexperienced, and some of them were really scared,” said Alleyne-Green, Ph.D., who was volunteering at the teen clinic while pursuing her bachelor’s degree at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Ga.
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