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PEREZ EDGARDO. A Great Career Shouldn’t Come At The Expense Of Your Identity: The Role Remote Work Plays In Preserving Latinx Culture. POCIT: People of Color in Tech. 2019;(DECEMBER 12, 2019).Abstract
A great career shouldn’t come at the expense of your identity, but this is a tradeoff many of us have to make. Written during Latinx Heritage Month, this article examines the role that remote work plays in preserving Latinx culture across the U.S.MORE
HAILU RUTH. Fitbits and other wearables may not accurately track heart rates in people of color. STAT [Internet]. 2019. Publisher's VersionAbstract
An estimated 40 million people in the United States have smartwatches or fitness trackers that can monitor their heartbeats. But some people of color may be at risk of getting inaccurate readings.
Redd NT. Mae Jemison:Astronaut Biography. SPACE [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract
When the space shuttle Endeavour blasted off on its second mission, it carried the first African American woman into space. But Mae Jemison is more than an astronaut — she's also a physician, a Peace Corps volunteer, a teacher, and founder and president of two technology companies. More
Flaherty C. The Missing Black ProfessorsStudy of top public universities finds limited faculty diversity, yet signs of progress -- except for African-Americans in STEM. Inside Higher Ed [Internet]. 2017. Publisher's Version
Collins DS. Unsung: Marie Maynard DalyThe first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in chemistry made important scientific contributions to the study of cardiovascular disease. UNDARK.org [Internet]. 2017. Publisher's Version
Master A, Cheryan S, Meltzoff AN. Computing Whether She Belongs: Stereotypes Undermine Girls’ Interest and Sense of Belonging in Computer Science. Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School. 2016.
Handley IM, Brown ER, Moss-Racusin CA, Smith JL. Quality of Evidence Revealing Subtle Gender Biases in Science Is in the Eye of the Beholder. Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School. 2015.
Gupta S. Study: 100% of women of color in STEM experience bias. [Internet]. 2015. Publisher's Version
Bidwell A. STEM Workforce No More Diverse Than 14 Years Ago. US News & World Report. 2015.Abstract

Business advocates say engagement efforts need to be more strategic. 

Naasel KR. Study Finds Sexism in STEM Hits Women of Color the Hardest. Colorlines News for Action [Internet]. 2015. Publisher's Version
Desmond-Harris J. Finally, a way to research race that reflects how complicated itis. Vox Media [Internet]. 2015. Publisher's Version
Pierre K. Students View Google Demographics Report as Cry for Diversity in STEM Programs. USA Today [Internet]. 2014. Publisher's Version
Johnmar F. Race and Medicine: A Series of Discussions About Genetics Ethics, Marketing, History and More. Medium [Internet]. 2014. Publisher's Version
Desmond-Harris J. 11 ways race isn’t real. Vox Media [Internet]. 2014. Publisher's Version
Bekki JM, Smith ML, Bernstein BL, Harrison C. Effects of an Online Personal Resilience Training Program for Women in STEM Doctoral Programs. Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School. 2013.
Stoeger H, Duan X, Schirner S, Greindl T, Ziegler A. The Effectiveness of a One-year Online Mentoring Program for Girls in STEM. Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School. 2013.
Smith JL, Lewis KL, Hawthorne L, Hodges SD. When Trying Hard Isn’t Natural: Women’s Belonging with and Motivation for Male-Dominated STEM Fields as a Function of Effort Expenditure Concerns. Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School. 2013.
Howard TH. Shiley Ann Jackson, The First African American Woman to Receive a Doctorate from MIT in ANY Field. The Historymakers [Internet]. 2006. Publisher's Version

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