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      Book Review of McGee, Ebony. O. Black, Brown, Bruised: How Racialized STEM Education Stifles Innovation

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      Journal of Intersectionality
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            Essay review of McGee, Ebony. O. Black, brown, bruised: How racialized STEM education stifles innovation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press, 2020. Pp.190.

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            Journal
            Journal of Intersectionality
            2515-2122
            14 October 2022
            : 5
            : 1
            : 89-94
            Affiliations
            [1 ] Chicago State University
            Article
            10.13169/jinte.5.1.0008
            a83323ad-52c4-4e9d-bfa1-452ce93e2041
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            Sociology,Education,Development studies,Cultural studies
            STEM,Black education,book review

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            5. Malone Kareen Ror, Barabino Gilda. Narrations of race in STEM research settings: Identity formation and its discontents. Science Education. Vol. 93(3):485–510. 2009. Wiley. [Cross Ref]

            6. McGee Ebony, Bentley Lydia. The Equity Ethic: Black and Latinx College Students Reengineering Their STEM Careers toward Justice. American Journal of Education. Vol. 124(1):1–36. 2017. University of Chicago Press. [Cross Ref]

            7. Toldson Ivory A.. Cultivating STEM Talent at Minority Serving Institutions: Challenges and Opportunities To Broaden Participation in STEM at Historically Black Colleges and UniversitiesGrowing Diverse STEM Communities: Methodology, Impact, and Evidence. p. 1–8. 2019. American Chemical Society. [Cross Ref]

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