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OurContribution to HER
Education will impact her contribution to humanity.

WHO WE ARE

We are a 501(C) (3) non-profit organization focused on changing the educational landscape of our children of color.  We believe raising the bar on our children's  educational experience is not an option.  It is our responsibility.  Committing to that responsibility is the purpose of Diaspora Global Foundation, and our  "LEAN into STEM", (LIS) educational initiatives.

WHAT WE DO

    STEM Camps,  LEGO Robotics Camps & Events, STEM Art Camps and more.

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Thank you TESLA for supporting
the "next generation" of STEM Innovators

Diaspora Global Foundation

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LEAN into STEM 2023 "STEM Experience" at TESLA delivered well.  It was amazing, fun and innovative.  
kids, and parents enjoying the time. Tesla T-Shirts, Food, STEM ART, LEGO Robotics, and VR experience.
Thanks so much to our gold food sponsor Dickey's Barbeque, Fayetteville, GA, and our STEM team for your
dedication and exceptional work that made this event a great experience for our kids and their families.

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Hats off to HERO Restaurant, at Trilith, for hosting two of our week long "LEGO Nights" event.  We had fun, support, great food and excellent service.  kids and parents had an awesome time, making new friends while the kids learn to build and program LEGO Robots.   "The Virtual Reality" experience was amazing and innovative.  Thanks also to "Fresh Market", PTC, and Minuteman Press, Fayetteville for their support of STEM Education.

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LEGO Nights - Family, collaborative learning, and community.

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Children have different learning styles, interest, pace and capacity.  We created a fun environment for hands-on independent STEM learning.  We celebrate their creativity.

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We encourage, practiced, and supported collaboration and innovation

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The Virtual Reality (VR) Experience.  Very Cool!
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We engaged with community leaders, and business owners. #DanCathy, owner, ChickFila and Rachel Bruckwiki owner,  Dickey's Barbecue Pit talking at #LEGO Nights.

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A Tree Is Bent While It Is Still Wet

“From the Southern Bantu language isiZulu comes a saying “Umuthi ugotshwa usemanzi” which translates to “a tree is bent while it is still wet”. The meaning of this proverb is that wisdom and behavioural influences are instilled when a person is still young.

 

If we intend to create thought leaders, action-takers, and change-makers, we need to make sure that we teach our children and the next generation the significance of what it means to have the future in their hands while they are still young, to empower them to become the next generation of world leaders.” 

Thank you Counterpane Montessori School for hosting our two June, 2023 "LEGO Robotics STEM Camps", and for supporting and leading in STEM Education and innovative learning.  The school grounds has a beautiful nature setting, and was a great experience for the kids. 

 

Although all the kids were LEGO enthusiast, they were challenged to work collaboratively and build  LEGO Robots that can be  programmed to complete the task at hand.  Their LEGO Robots were designed well,  had super cool names, and also performed well.

With parents and other family  members watching the final day excitement was amazing.  All the kids rose to the occasion and did a wonderful job.  Lots was learned and experienced.  Congrats and hats off to all!.  

 

Thank you Manny Wignall for being a great LEGO Robotics instructor.   Shout out to Johnny's

New York Style Pizza for supporting STEM Education and making our final day of camp complete with a delicious Pizza lunch.

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WHAT WE BELIEVE

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