In honor of Black History Month, we reveal the lesser known accomplishments of George Washington Carver, and also pull from our oral history collection the stories of two African-American women fighting to make their way in the chemistry field.
00:00 Opening Credits
00:57 George Washington Carver
04:01 Oral History: Reatha Clark King and Linda Meade-Tollin
13:59 Closing Credits
Special thanks toHilary Domush and Sarah Hunter for researching this show. Additional credits available at chemheritage.org/distillations.
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