US Black Engineer magazine publisher and STEM City Metaverse creator will be presenting at the National Action Network Conference this morning on STEM and Social Justice. The conference, founded by the Rev. Al Sharpton, will feature a variety of speakers and presentations focused on promoting social justice and equality. Click here to watch.
The event will be held at the New York City Sheraton Times Square starting at 9:00 am in the Empire West Room. Other presenters include attorney H. Russell Frisby, Jr, Dr. Colin Parris, senior vice president and chief technology officer of GE Digital, and Dr. John King, Jr., Chancellor of The State University of New York.
The presentation from US Black Engineer magazine publisher and STEM City Metaverse creator will focus on the intersection of the Metaverse and social justice. The speaker will discuss the importance of providing equal access to the Metaverse to all students, regardless of their race, gender, or socioeconomic background.
“STEM education is critical to building a strong, diverse workforce and ensuring that everyone has an equal opportunity to succeed,” said Taborn. “We need to make sure that all students have access to the education and resources they need to pursue careers in STEM fields.”
The speakers will also discuss the role that technology can play in promoting social justice and equality, particularly through the development of virtual environments like the STEM City Metaverse.
“We believe that the metaverse can be a powerful tool for promoting social justice and equality,” said the Taborn. “By creating virtual environments that are inclusive and accessible to all, we can provide new opportunities for learning, collaboration, and innovation.”
The National Action Network Conference promises to be an engaging and informative event, with a range of speakers and presentations focused on promoting social justice and equality. The presentation from the USBE magazine publisher and STEM City Metaverse creator promises to be an important contribution to the discussion around STEM education and social justice. Click here to watch.