Black in Math Week

Black in Math week is coming up from November 8th - 13th, 2020! It is a week on Twitter to celebrate community among and uplift Black mathematicians. Sometimes we're so spread out over different locations and different areas that in can be hard to find and keep track of each other. We're also often the only Black mathematician at our jobs.

You can find the page at @BlackInMath on Twitter and follow us for updates. Throughout the week, the twitter page will be highlighting profiles of Black mathematicians, Black Mathematicians in the media, advice to aspiring mathematicians, a focus on Black math educators, and all culminating on a movie night on Friday November 13th.

Join us on Twitter! More info on the week is below, as well as ways to donate!

If you're interested in donating to something that helps Black mathematicians, details are below!

Black Girl Mathgic :

Black Girl MATHgic is a subscription box curated to increase math confidence and decrease math anxiety in girls on a 3rd-8th grade math skill level. This box is curated for Black girls! You can buy one for yourself or donate the cost of shipping or a box + shipping at the link.

MGB main page:

Cashapp: $mathgiftedblack

Venmo: Mathematically-GiftedAndBlack

Paypal: @mathgiftedblack

100% of the money goes toward supporting predoctoral mathematicians to pursue career goals related to math! Mathematically Gifted and Black highlights Black mathematicians at

The Sadie Collective:

The Sadie Collective addresses the pipeline and pathway problem in economics, finance, data science, and public policy through curated content creation, programming, and mentorship. Donations go toward producing more programming and building the capacity of said programs!

NAM donations:

NAM seeks to promote excellence in the mathematical sciences for underrepresented american minorities in general and African-Americans in particular. Join the National Association of Mathematicians or make a donation at the link!


Spacebox immerses players into a Black centered reality where they will think critically, problem solve, and explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in a fun way. Think of It like an escape room in a box! Order one of your own or donate to support the creatives on this endeavor at the link!


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