The Black Edison…

Topics: African Americans, Civics, Civil Rights, History, Human Rights “If you can control a man’s thinking you do not have to worry about his action. When you determine what a man shall think you do not have to concern yourself about what he will do. If you make a man feel that he is inferior,Continue reading “The Black Edison…”

Black History Month…

Topics: African Americans, Diaspora, Diversity in Science, Women in Science Former First Lady, Secretary of State, and Presidential Candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said “women’s rights are human rights.” Comparatively, Black History is American History. The insurrection at the Capitol wasn’t just white privilege on-steroids, it was ignorance writ large. Not that the information isn’t inContinue reading “Black History Month…”

Physicists Look Like Me…

Topics: African Americans, Diversity in Science, Women in Science The National Society of Black Physicists stands with those that fight against systemic racism and for freedom, equality, liberty, and justice to become a reality for all of America’s citizens. Click the button below to read the statement from our president. National Society of Black Physicists,Continue reading “Physicists Look Like Me…”

Color Coding…

Topics: African Americans, African Studies, Futurism, Sociology Technology is not unbiased, according to a scholar investigating the phenomenon of technological racism. As people recognize the embedded biases within technology, the growing and multifaceted tech justice movement is working to counter these biases, added the scholar. Ruha Benjamin, a sociologist and professor of African American studiesContinue reading “Color Coding…”