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#BlackInTheIvory: Academia’s Role in Institutional Racism

Presented by MIT Communications Forum at Online event, Cambridge MA

Dec 03 2020
#BlackInTheIvory: Academia’s Role in Institutional Racism

For many Black scientists and researchers, working in academia means weathering systemic bias, micro-aggressions, and isolation. Dr. Shardé Davis, Dr. Mareena Robinson Snowden, and Dr. James Mickens examine academia’s role in perpetuating racism.

For many Black scientists and researchers, working in academia means weathering systemic bias, micro-aggressions, and isolation. Dr. Shardé Davis, a communications researcher at the University of Connecticut, created #BlackInTheIvory this past summer as a platform for discussing the experiences of Black academics. Dr. Davis joins Dr. Mareena Robinson Snowden, a nuclear engineer at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, and Dr. James Mickens, a computer scientist at Harvard

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Thu, Dec 3, 2020

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