Mission Statement: Inspired by the Storytellers of Ancient Africa and motivated by the efforts of Dr. Carter G. Woodson the Mission of this organization is to pass down the history of African American People. By bringing a complete educational exhibit presentation into educational environments. To help transform the problems of prejudice into the promise of Unity thru deceasing the Racial divide as well as the "Digital Divide" as we work together within our communities.
List of Illustrations Acknowledgments
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1 Introduction 2 The Significance of History 3 Family Effects: Is It Really Just a Matter of Money? 4 The Role of the University 5 Majority Rules: Apprehension, Racism, and Racial Representation in Occupations 6 Stereotype Threat: Where Have All Our Scientists Gone? 7 The Value of Work: Careers That Matter 8 It’s All about Connections 9 Conclusion
Grandparents pass down our culture and history, they are the keepers of our grandchildren and have always held a position of influence in our children's life. Grandmothers Who Help, comes together with other Grandparents, to also help maneuver our grandchildren through this educational pipeline of "technology. Our children are underrepresented in the tech industry just as we struggled with intuitional racism/social injustice.To stand along side our grandchildren we take technology classes, we volunteer at after school and summer technology centers. We learn all we can learn to help our next generation pave the way to achieve life long success. Our schools and organizations need more volunteers. It is fun and give us that dialogue we need to connect closer with our children and grandchildren.