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SACNAS, A Day in the Life of SACNISTA Dr. Nanibaa Garrison #RaceOnTech, July 2016
Manil Suri, Why is Science so Straight?, The New York Times, September 2015
Maanvi Singh, So You Flunked a Racism Text. Now What?, NPR, August 2015

Yuki Noguchi, How Startups are Using Tech to try and Fight Workplace Bias, NPR, September 2015

ajiv Narayan, Neil deGrasse Tyson Said What he Thinks About Race now That he Made it, and Almost Nobody Noticed, Upworthy

A Conversation with White People on Race, The New York Times, 2015

Nice Pitney, Meet the 63rd Black Woman In American History With A Phsyics PhD, The Huffington Post, February 2016
Ryann Nickerson, The Colorado Trust Gives $3M for Chair In American Indian Health, University of Colorado, November 2015
Screen Shot 2016-05-12 at 2.04.18 PMAudrey Williams June, The Invisible Labor of Minority Professors, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 2015
Tanya H. Lee, Genetics is your Friend: Natives Not Anti-Science, Just Anti-Exploitation, Indian Country, November 2015

Sally Rockey, NIH Regional Seminar Heads West to San Diego in October 2015, NIH Extramural Nexus, June 2015
rooks Jackson, Clifford Steer, MD, named Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, University of Minnesota Medical School Blog, October 2015

Aja, Darity, Hamilton, Why We’re Wrong About Affirmative Action: Stereotypes, Testing and the ‘Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations’, The Huffington Post, September 2014
Kim Bellware, Top Science Publishers Failing Minority Groups, Industry Leaders say, The Huffington Post, July 2015
Levine. Stark, Diversity Makes you Brighter, The New York Times, December 2015

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