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Addressing Systemic Racism in Academia Sign-On Letter

September 01, 2020

To: The Honorable Eddie Bernice Johnson

"A scientific enterprise that reflects the diversity of our nation will be more innovative and better equipped to address the challenges before us. Collectively, our organizations are working to change culture and improve diversity, equity and inclusion efforts within our staff, our members and our disciplines. The scientific community stands ready to work with you and your committee as you endeavor to address the systemic racism that exists within academia."

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