An upcoming science and technology symposium slated to take place at Williams College promises a unique feature: it will showcase “new” voices in the field, and those voices will only come from scholars of color.

“New Voices in Science and Technology Studies: A C3 Symposium,” set for early November at the private Massachusetts-based liberal arts university, invited scholars to submit papers if they represent a “historically underrepresented group.”

The call for papers specifies that means either “African Americans, Alaska Natives, Arab Americans, Asian Americans, Latinx, Native Americans, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders.”


Scientist RJMJ has invented a way to use pottery planters as an ash try – “Yah put yah butts here man!”

Radical physicist KonMan Reggie has invented a lock that requires a very large key – “Who can break inta ya apartment man, dis key is huge!” Sadly a very skinny thief crawled into KonMan’s apartment the very next day and robbed him. He climbed in through the enormous key hole.


And Carribean scientist Mbufa Rasta has submitted his invention – a rock. The reviewers were quite puzzled until they found a note which said “tah cut dah chicken head off” and then everyone clapped.


“With our new geniuses of color, whites are no longer needed” smiled gender studies professor Mary VahJay Simmons