Fig. 1: Strategies for BIPOC to thrive, not just survive, in EEB. | Nature Ecology & Evolution

Fig. 1: Strategies for BIPOC to thrive, not just survive, in EEB.

From: Elevate, don’t assimilate, to revolutionize the experience of scientists who are Black, Indigenous and people of colour

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For BIPOC to succeed in these fields, we must no longer perpetuate a pattern of looking different but acting and speaking the same as our white colleagues. The unique perspectives of minoritized groups shape their research, teaching and service. To implement sustained change, we need to rely on our community’s history of activism, scholarship and leadership.

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