Don’t say there’s a lack of STEM talent in the South
The Hechinger Report
JULY 16, 2019
His “quiet and relentless advocacy brought hundreds of African Americans into space industry jobs in the Deep South, helping to shift perceptions of black people in ways both subtle and profound,” wrote Michael Fletcher in the story. STEM jobs will grow 13 percent from 2017 to 2027 , as opposed to 9 percent for non-STEM work. Earlier this month, sports and culture news site The Undefeated published a story about NASA mathematician Clyde Foster.