Tea and Honey Blends’ founders want to help develop the fields of science with a campaign to make young women of color feel ‘Brilliant & Beautiful’ inside the classroom
When most people think of science, especially chemistry, they imagine a man who wears a lab coat, has the periodic table of elements memorized, adorned with black-rimmed bifocals and lives in a laboratory setting.
Washington Post: Coffee Party movement: Alternative to tea Annabel Park, founder of Coffee Party USA, a grassroots online Facebook/Coffee Party) network which advocates cooperation among elected representatives and promotes civil p... Read Post
Kyla McMulle is the first Black woman to graduate with a Computer Science Doctorate from the University Michigan and she explains why Black people are often the minority in most science fields. First Black Female Computer Science Ph... Read Post
Would you put Jessica White’s cream on your face??? Maybelline spokesmodel Jessica White is developing a skin-care line for women of color, Devise Beauty. The leggy beauty is in the lab with chemist Maria Ash to develop a skin-enhan... Read Post