OVERCOMPENSATION: Atoning for wrongs led to exclusion of minorities, notes Robert F. Murray, Jr.
Others say that while minorities' attitudes are changing, much more examination is needed to pinpoint exactly how they feel about science and research. This concern comes at a time when the National Institutes of Health, via its Revitalization Act of 1993, has ordered the adequate representation of women, minorities, and racial and ethnic subgroups in studies it funds (M.E. Watanabe, The Scientist, March 6, 1995, page 14).
"With the minority community, particularly the African American...
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