Science is All of Us Education Resources

We’re all part of a community, and in order to take care of each other, we have to keep learning and growing. Connect with education resources that inspire action and thoughtful reflection on race, racism, and bias through a scientific lens as a part of Science is All of Us.

Two people interacting in a hallway waiting for an elevator.

Truant


Being truant means not showing up to school. Join Maya and her past teacher, Joe, as they grapple with the aftereffects of being absent and their experiences as Black people in the education system in this video for youth ages 14 and above.

Science Fusion field Trips


Field trip groups can visit during Science Fusion weeks to engage with BIPOC STEM professionals, build community, and see themselves in science.

A cartoon of two people standing against a wall. A person of color looks away from the wall while a white person begins to spray paint the wall.

Interactive lesson: Busted


How do White people and BIPOC people experience the criminal justice system differently? This interactive narrative shows the legal system through the eyes of BIPOC youth.

In-Person And Virtual Programs


Take a cultural and scientific look at race throughout history with paid and free virtual, hybrid, and in-person learning opportunities from the Science Museum of Minnesota.

A person looking at photographs of faces in RACE: Are We So Different?