BLACK IN PHYSICS WEEK

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#BlackInPhysics is a week dedicated not only to celebrating Black physicists and our contributions to the scientific community, but also to reveal a more complete picture of what a physicist looks like.

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About Us


our Mission

Community Building

Strengthening intergenerational connections between physicists in the #BlackandSTEM community, we encourage long-lasting collaborations and push the development of supportive environments where current and future Black physicists thrive.


our vision

Community Engagement

We seek to inspire future Black physicists across the world via the communication of engaging physics research and through enhancing science literacy within the Black community.

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MAKE A DONATION

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Your generosity makes our work possible. Whether you contribute financially or as advocate for good.

SPONSORS

OUR 2021 PARTNERS

Heising-Simons Foundation

Heising-Simons Foundation Grant covered the majority of BIP Week 2021

American Association of Physics Teachers

ITAMP is the leading center of AMO physics theory in the US, and it is places a special emphasis on training, mentoring and sponsoring postdoctoral and visiting fellows in theoretical AMO science.

Cornell Department of Astronomy

The Department of Astronomy is one of the leading centers for astronomical research in the world. 

African American Women in Physics

The goal of AAWIP is to honor the women who paved the way, to inspire future physicists, and to connect with allies interested in promoting diversity in Physics and other STEM fields.

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