STEM Education in Guyana

Some thoughts on STEM education in Guyana. An article printed in the Guyana Times Magazine (pages 7 and 13) – The development of a STEM Education Programme in Guyana is the right thing to do. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education is a...

Sun, Sand and Servility

I spent this week visiting my family in St. Kitts.  St. Kitts is Saint Christopher and Nevis, a two-island federation in the Eastern Caribbean. It is a member of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). In 2005, St. Kitts stopped producing sugar as a...

Robert E Lee and The Congressional Black Caucus

I was invited today to the Georgia Capitol to address a number of technologists and members of the Georgia Congressional Black Caucus – the largest state legislative Black Caucus in the country.  The subject of my talk was: STEM Education and the Future of Atlanta:...

2017 Problem of the Color Line

Atlanta just elected its 60th mayor. She’s Black and she won because there are more Black people in Atlanta than there are White people. According to 538, Atlanta is the second most segregated city in the United States. Segregation means that the residents of the city...