Women’s History Month: 7 Black Business Leaders Who Were Girl Scouts

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When the Girl Scouts of America was initially founded in March 1912,  there was no African American inclusion, but the organization has always  been one to teach universal skills that could help advance all girls  and women. Just as strides were made nationwide on inclusion and racial  equality, the Girls Scouts would have a groundbreaking moment when the  first black troupe was founded in 1917.

When the Girl Scouts of America was initially founded in March 1912, there was…