We don’t know how many math professors come from excluded racial/ethnic groups. This is a problem for everyone in this country.

Fact #1: The U.S. has a STEM Labor shortage

Fact #2: The STEM Labor shortage is bad for our country

Fact #3: groups of People Excluded on the basis of Race/Ethicity (PEER) could play a key role in addressing the STEM labor shortage, and hence, in our national well-being

Fact #4: Mathematics plays a special role within STEM

FACT #5: Diversifying the U.S. postsecondary mathematics faculty would bolster the mathematics training of systemically excluded individuals.

Putting it all together

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