Thank you very much! Thanks to so many people's feed back I was able to add more names and links my lists identifying STEM scholars and professionals of color. Each of the previous posts in this series have been updated.
Twitter is quickly becoming the go-to place for individuals to connect to information as well as to other people. It doesn't matter how many miles or time zones there are, Twitter means no one is truly separated from others. And the effort to promote broader reach and interconnectedness between science and the communities we serve, Twitter is on the front line. Here is a beginning list of organizations and Twitter Lists of that promote diversity and inclusion in education, career and discourse.
STEM Diversity Organizations on Twitter
organizations focused on outreach, education, and inclusion of broader audiences to STEM
Association for Women in Science (AWIS) @AWISNational
American Association for University Women, STEM Division (AAUW STEM) @AAUWSTEM
National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP) @BlackPhysicists
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) @NSBE
Association Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi) @ABPscSC
Independent and Non-profit STEM organizations.
Sisters In Science (SIS) @SI_Science: Premiere location for access to information concerning the success of minority women in the sciences
Go to Guide for Alt-White Academics on Twitter by Discipline
TressieMc assembled these lists of Academics of Color on Twitter
Anymore? Who’s missing from this list?