This edition of From the Archives showcases one of our earliest posts about diversity in the maker movement. This has been on my mind a lot lately, as Emily and I just returned from presenting about diversity in makerspaces at … Read more >
She’s Coding is an open-source project dedicated to bridging the gender gap in the field of computer science. They have gathered a number of great resources relating to women in technology, gaming, and STEM.
Here at MakerBridge we make an effort to advocate for diversity and inclusion in the maker culture and the technology industry. Some of our previous posts have covered Black Makers, LGBTQ+ inclusivity in maker culture, women in technology, and STEAM … Read more >
You’ve read — here and elsewhere — about how some influential folks in maker publications have focused much of their attention on the work of males, particularly white males. And this has been a big concern for us here at … Read more >
Hello Makers and Maker-Affiliates!
Sorry about the tardiness of the post this week! Today will be a classic format of “5 links make a blog post.” Cheers!
1. Happy Birthday, Grace Hopper! 12/09/06 is the birthday of Computer Science’s Amazing … Read more >
Here’s something I learned today:
Of all the people featured on the cover of Make Magazine to date, 85% have been men or boys, 15% have been women or girls, and 0% have been people of color.
I woke up … Read more >