Circulating Petition Asks Journal Science To Be More Sensitive To Gender, Cultural Issues

Washington Post: Hundreds of scientists ask Science to stop publishing a smorgasbord of stereotypes
“More than 300 scientists and counting have signed an open letter to the journal Science, according to scientific publishing watchdog Retraction Watch. The letter, which has been circulated among scientists on social media sites such as Facebook, takes the prestigious journal to task for promoting harmful stereotypes against women and other marginalized groups…” (Feltman, 7/17).

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