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Museum of Science and History-Jacksonville and ScienceSis present a new collaborative exhibit "Powering the Next Generation: Black Women in STEM." Eight local women of color leading Jacksonville's STEM fields describe their journeys in STEM with the purpose to inspire young learners of color to pursue STEM-focused interests and career possibilities. This special evening event features the opening of this new exhibit and a meet and greet and Q&A with the
Museum of Science and History Jacksonville presents a celebration of International Women's Day featuring a catered breakfast from women-owned 1928 Cuban Bistro, a keynote from Jacksonville's first female mayor Donna Deegan, and a discussion panel and Q&A with local women leading in STEM career fields. Local women-owned businesses will be tabling throughout the first floor exhibit spaces and guests may enjoy a guided tour of MOSH's new traveling exhibit Ice