Why combining diversity with STEM is a good thing for kids

Rae Wynn-Grant tracks lions through the Tanzanian savanna and bears across North American forests. As an African-American large carnivore ecologist—and mother of a daughter—the Nat Geo fellow has an important perspective on getting girls and kids of color excited about STEM. She talked to Nat Geo Family about her experience as a Black woman in science, why diversity in STEM is so important, and how to get children excited about learning.

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