Antiracism in STEM

A useful resource made its way into my Twitter feed recently. Yes, it comes as a surprise to me as well that I write “useful” and “Twitter” in the same sentence. As we continue to take action on diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM, we need to learn more about the common critiques and responses that pop up in conversations. From arguments involving reverse discrimination and hiring based on merit alone, to there not being enough persons of color who want to work in STEM, this guide provides resources for more fruitful discussions. The original documents can be found here and I’ve included the PDF on my website just to have a local copy. Have a look.

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