Our learning should always reflect who we are as Black people.
Could it be that repetition and pattern embedded in our music, art, architecture – and hair – give us cultural aptitudes pre-disposed to computational thinking?
Horrible diversity figures in the science and technology fields reflect society, not our ability.
“That lie is that there is some sort of pipeline problem preventing tech companies from hiring more black people.” https://t.co/iDcKsOLnE4
— The @anildash of it (@anildash)
I’m with the underdog. I intend to bet against the house, but then, I am that way.