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Students of color persist in STEM despite racial stereotypes

8 mins | Feb 11, 2022
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A researcher of structural racism in the discipline fields reveals all. Ebony O. McGee reflects on her findings from 300 stories she has collected over the past decade. Here, she reveals the damning evidence that shows that stereotyping is quite common for Black and Hispanic Science, Technology, Engineering or Math students (STEM), leaving those who stay to experience a sort of racial fatigue, and with many more giving up on their work altogether.
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