Science for the People Working Groups and Caucuses
We have a growing body of dedicated working groups and caucuses that address issues through research, publication, and action.
Interested in joining? Reach out to the contacts linked below!
We are committed to anti-racist and anti-colonial work within and outside of STEM. We demand that the needs and concerns of communities of color be heard and addressed, and we strive to elevate the contributions of scientists of color everywhere.
Infrastructure working groups:
We digitize the archive of the first iteration of Science for the People Magazine. Join our digitization collective or help us create educational projects with the archives!
We use science as direct action by matching scientific skills and resources with grassroots organizers and campaigns.
We work on upkeep and expansion of the Science for the People digital infrastructure and provide our experience and expertise to allied grassroots organizations.
Topic oriented working groups:
We work against the misuse of sociobiology, biological determinism, evolutionary psychology, and other forms of “race science.”
We organize STEM to work with student, community, indigenous, and labor groups on divestment, energy democracy, and other climate justice activism.
We analyze the effects of militarism and military funding on science, scientists, and domestic and international policy.
We collaborate with local partners in Puerto Rico to identify community needs and organize solidarity campaigns through a decolonial lens.
We develop radical analysis and action against corporate and state use of technologies for private gain and oppressive social relations.