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Yale Daily News Podcasts · Black Voices at Yale Special Issue: Being a Black Yalie in STEM

Black STEM scholars at Yale discuss the challenges of being an underrepresented demographic in Yale’s STEM departments. Perspectives on microaggressions, community, and resources are explored to shed light on how it feels to be Black in a predominantly white field and predominantly white institution.
Guests: Jaida Morgan, Stephen Martinez-Hamilton, Ejehi Ihionkhan, Amber Young, and Paul Turner
Producer: Alyssa Michel
Music: Blue Dot Sessions