Build a STEM Justice Toolkit
See yourself as a part of the STEM justice movement!
Together with like-minded leaders, the Kitty Andersen Youth Science Center (KAYSC) is working toward a more just future by providing training to reframe STEM learning as a tool for addressing and dismantling systems of oppression and building collective liberation.
It's clear that we need to address the underrepresentation of women and people of color in STEM. This training to cultivate a STEM justice practice supports educators in beginning to see beyond representation, and to instead use STEM learning as a means, not an end, and to begin positioning STEM learning in service of social justice, improving the lives of all people as well as the global health of the planet.