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  1. The murder of George Floyd in May 2020 in Minneapolis sparked protests worldwide and inspired the formation of groups centered on connection and visibility for Black people in predominately white organizations and institutions. Two months later, Angeline Dukes, an assistant professor in the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Minnesota, formed Black in Neuro in July 2020 — a nonprofit organization that aims to diversify neurosciences through community-building and celebration. View the full video here! Be sure to check out Brainfacts.org for more scientific stories of discovery and learn more about exploring the universe between our ears.
  2. Bianca Williams

    Celebrating Black Neuroscientists

    February is Black History Month: a time to reflect on the past, present, and future of African American culture. To celebrate, BrainFacts.org is highlighting a few of the many Black scientists making major contributions to neuroscience. To learn more click here! Article by Cyrenna Cooper, Web Communications Specialist for BrainFacts.org.
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