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One woman's campaign to give black female scientists their due on Wikipedia and show us their faces
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Vivienne Malone-Mayes. Jane Hinton. Jessie Price. You may have never heard of these black female scientists, but one woman is looking to bring their images back to life. With the help of Twitter, Hilda Bastian (@MissingSciFaces) has worked for the past ...



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