Then I began to take courses and I felt a sense of isolation. In most of my classes, I was the only black student and this was intimidating. Some days I felt uncomfortable to speak in class and sometimes felt that I would be criticized for my different, yet “simplistic” views.
If you are a black girl who loves to code, a female mathematician, a #STEMBae , or just a woman open to expanding her net-worth, there is sure to be at least one conference or summit on this list that will help you dominate in 2019.
Women need to be empowered with regard to society both ethnically and economically so that they become adequate co-worker in development processes by walking the path of inherent social justice.
As of October 8, 2018, Google Fellow and Vice President of Engineering Ben Smith announced that the company will be shutting down the consumer version of Google+ over the next 10 months.
This type of technology in a science classroom has the ability and does improve the quality of learning in the classroom environment. In addition, it motivates student to want to learn with vigor and self- satisfaction in the class room.
On Saturday, September 29, 2018 we hosted our very first event in collaboration with Kids Next Code: Kids and Teens Tech and Science Day! This day was designed to provide hands on activities to teach science and web design to students in the local Atlanta community.
4 African American panelist playing major roles in the technology industry around Atlanta gathered at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Downtown Atlanta on Thursday evening to discuss the progression of Technology among African Americans.
If you are an Atlanta native or an ATLein like me (kinda sorta), then you know the highlight of every Labor Day Weekend is Luda Day.
Luda Day was created in 2005 by…
One day, I was notified by financial aid at CSU and informed that I needed to present my social security card. I went to the financial aid office at my school and was told that I needed to go to the SSA. When I went to the SSA, I learned that I was mistakenly declared deceased on the date of my father’s death.
Everything was taken away from me.
STEM Atlanta Women is a non-profit 501c(30) organization founded in 2016 by Atlanta native, innovator, human resources business professional and technology guru Maxine Cain. STEM Atlanta Women was created to enlighten, educate and empower…
The girls received a tremendous amount of support in the public voting phase... over 50,000 votes to be exact . Talk about black girl magic!