How to Raise a World of Shuris: Jessie Woolley-Wilson on What It Takes to Get More Black Women and Girls in STEM

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Who doesn’t want to be Shuri? The self-assured, witty and unapologetically brilliant younger sister to T’Challa has not only won over millions of Black Panther fans, but, experts note, may be turning a generation of young girls—black girls in particular—on to STEM (science, technology, engineering or math).

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