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New Study Highlights How Complex Trust in Science and Medicine Is For Black Americans

By Margo Snipe

Black students’ rate of mistreatment “probably is higher,” said Ebony McGee, an associate professor of diversity and STEM education at Vanderbilt University. She noted how overly praising Black students for getting the right answer may feel like they believe in students, but, from a racial lens, might equate to them not expecting Black students to have the right answer due to stereotypes. Read More


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