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Brilliant & Beautiful: Black Female Chemists Promote Science Careers Among Women of Color

Tea and Honey Blends’ founders want to help develop the fields of science with a campaign to make young women of color feel ‘Brilliant & Beautiful’ inside the classroom When most people think of science, especially chemistry, they imagine a man who wears a lab coat, has the periodic table of elements memorized, adorned with black-rimmed bifocals and lives in a laboratory setting.
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