"Nature" special issue: Overcoming racism in science
In its current special issue (the first in its history to be guest-edited), the prestigious journal Nature confronts the discriminatory legacy of the scientific enterprise and its part in the exclusion and disadvantage of BPoC and other historically marginalized people.
Edited by Melissa Nobles, Chad Womack, Ambroise Wonkam, and Elizabeth Wathuti, the issue features numerous articles on "Witnessing racism," "Systemic racism," and "Building a fairer future."
To the Nature special issue Racism: Overcoming science's toxic legacy
This issue, announces Nature, will be followed by others "that examine different facets of racism in science — to help build a future in which all people can participate in and benefit from the shared experience that is science."