Jason Coleman the executive director of Project SYNCERE shares insights on the importance of STEM in Black communities and how it can change lives. Rolling out spoke with Coleman about the impact it can make on lives and their partnership with the Chicago Public Libraries.

Jason Coleman of Project SYNCERE shares why STEM is important to Black people

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