Many cities are divided along ethnic and class lines, with few opportunities for people of different backgrounds to interact and learn from one another. We don’t always know our neighbors and won’t all participate politically. What’s wrong with civic engagement today?
Not every urban resident has a telescope. Not every student has an equal chance at becoming an astronaut or astrophysicist. What is the problem in STEM education?
Our urban public spaces can be sites for recreational, physical, or educational activities open to all. What are we doing wrong?
We connect people to each other, in-person and through social media.
We educate diverse communities about science and astronomy.
We are re-thinking how public spaces are used and allocated.