Community Voices: How do you see yourself in science?

Share your perspective! 

How do you see yourself in science?
How does your experience with race and identity intersect with science in history, education, and the workforce? We want to add YOUR experiences and thoughts to Science Is All of Us: our collection of exhibits, conversations and events on science and equity. 

Science is universal, yet has historically been a white-dominated space. In an effort to make science more inclusive and to open our minds to new conversations, we are offering an online space to amplify Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Member voices of science. 

This space aims to highlight the experiences of communities and identities that have, too often, been marginalized. We’ll share stories of resilience in the face of adversity, as well as the joys and successes worth celebrating. 

Share your voice through video, images, audio, or a combination, and you’ll receive two free museum passes as a thank you.
Plus your unique perspective could help someone else see science (or themselves) in a whole new way by showing them science through your eyes. 

Thank you for allowing us to share your science story!