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Workers pull pipes from an oil well in 2016 near Crescent, Okla. The oil industry wants to attract a new, more diverse generation of workers, but a history of racism and sexism makes that difficult. J Pat Carter/Getty Images hide caption

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Big Oil Has A Diversity Problem

The business wants to attract more women and minorities, but a history of racism and sexism makes that difficult.

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Sleeping on the Blacktop Colter Wall
Won't Look Back Geowulf

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Frustration Mounts Over Puerto Rico's 'New Normal' As Federal Troops Leave The Island

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