The State of Anti-Black Racism in U.S. Science, Engineering, and Medicine

Tuesday 7 December 2021

Join the Roundtable for a virtual public workshop to explore facets of anti-Black racism in U.S. science, engineering, and medicine.

 

The Roundtable on Black Men and Black Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine (SEM) will host a capstone workshop reviewing their work on the state of anti-Black racism in U.S. SEM. Join us to:

  • UNDERSTAND how racism continues to be a barrier to increasing the number of African-Americans in SEM.
  • DISCUSS how systemic, anti-Black racism affects the educational pathways and mentoring and advising relationships of Black students in SEM.
  • FOCUS on how anti-Black racism contributes to the financial barriers and psychological factors that impact Black Students in SEM.
  • EXAMINE the role of anti-Black racism in the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Black Communities.

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