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BY EMILY COX AND HENRY RATHvON
My biggest pet peeve is when white colleagues, who do research for a living, ask me for advice on how to be an ally without having done any research. It’s not hard to find journal articles that detail the impact of diversity, equity and inclusivity initiatives.—Kishana Taylor, a virologist at the University of California, Davis, talking to Nature about her experience as a Black scientist (June 22)
Amid loud (and justifiable!) calls to protect and elevate the role of science, too many scientists and scientific organizations are eerily silent on the issues of racism and social justice—issues that are embedded into the history and practice of science.—500 Women Scientists leadership, writing in Scientific American on the need to address institutional racism in science (June 6)
6. Lab activity
1. Calf of a glacier