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Amplifying the voices of Black womxn in computational and quantitative biosciences across the globe 

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The Network is a community-run organization with a global support network and membership base. Generous contributions nourish the infrastructure of our online platform and allow us to advance our mission of amplifying Black womxn voices in the computational life sciences. 

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“My head is not in the sand. But my thing is, if I can’t work with you, I will work around you. I was not about to be [so] discouraged that I’d walk away. That may be a solution for some people, but it’s not mine.”


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"Courage is like — it’s a habitus, a habit, a virtue: you get it by courageous acts. It’s like you learn to swim by swimming. You learn courage by couraging."

Marie M. Daly (1921–2003), Biochemist & the first African American woman in the US to earn a Ph.D. in chemistry.