Weeks of protests across the U.S. and around the world have led many people to reflect on racial injustice in their own lives and communities. In academia, Black academics and STEM professionals used this momentum to call out institutional racism in the research community."
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"Data anyone can use to end racism in their community. To end inequalities, biases, violence, and disenfranchisement, we must first see where they are present. Data is a critical tool in the fight for justice and equity in the United States."
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