Sisters in Science
conversations with black women scientists about race, gender, and their passion for science
Yvonne Young Clark : still going strong
Anna J. Coble : to the beat of her own drum
Freddie M. Dixon : one of our own
Elvira Doman : a class act
Georgia Dunston : it's in my genes
Evelyn Boyd Granville : destined to greater heights
Shirley Ann Jackson : the sky is the limit
Lynda M. Jordan : an unlikely scientist
Shelia Mcclure : a woman's place
Etheleen McGinnis-Hill : it's a good thing
Jennie R. Patrick : rebel with a cause
Jann Patrice Primus : her voice lives on
Dolores Cooper Shockley : it's a family affair
Rubye Torrey : just call me a scientist
Geraldine W. Twitty : still on the battlefield
LaVern Whisenton-Davidson : a passion for mosquito research
Epilogue: beginning to tell the story.
African American women scientists
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