The theoretical physicist offered some ‘fresh perspectives’ in this interview from 2019.
People thought the internet would be more open for all races but even before that, technology has been used to oppress Black people. But they’ve always found a way to fight back.
STEM (science, tech, engineering, and mathematics) owes a great deal to Black pioneers. Here are 7 of them.
With over 60 patents to his name, Granville T. Woods was an amazing inventor. But he didn’t get the recognition he deserved until after his death.
The Digital Lives of Black Women in Britain by author and academic Francesca Sobande tells the story of Black British women in digital culture.
Mathematician, computer scientist, and co-founder of Stemettes Dr. Anne-Marie Imafidon spoke to Bustle about her work with young girls and the best guidance she’s ever gotten.
This list of 17 non-fiction books school-age children showcase the Black scientists and inventors that have enriched STEM for decades.
What were you doing when you were 10? Emmanuella Mayaki was receiving diplomas and teaching kids in after school clubs. Come meet a coding prodigy.
Who were the Black technologists making the Internet a place for other Black people to communicate? This timeline might shed some light.
Known for his belief in the possibility of time travel, Ronald Mallett has fought adversity and stayed true to his ideology.
Georgina Baker is first Black woman to graduate from the university’s Chemical and Nuclear Engineering course.
Skilltype is a software company and marketplace for informational professionals to reimagines the way they learn and work.