The National Science Foundation awarded The HistoryMakers a 3-year grant to interview 180 of the nation's top African American scientists, create curriculum based on the interviews and hold public programs featuring the scientists. The goal of the ScienceMakers initiative is to create positive role models and use their life stories as a way to encourage others to enter scientific professions.
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Publications about the ScienceMakers initiative.
|Showcasing Work of Black Scientists. 2012. Chicago Tribune. Dawn Turner Trice.|
|Telling the Unsung Stories of African-American Scientists. 2011. ASTC Dimensions. Alison Bruzek.|
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