you need to understand, yes, access and inclusion in STEM and in the tech field is a barrier that communities of color face, but it's also like within and embedded within so many other barriers that intersect each other. So it's almost like the best way I could explain it, is as somebody who was working in government, was doing a policy portfolio around advancing equity and outcomes for women and girls of color, working on a number of different issues, from criminal and juvenile justice reform to other education related issues, like exclusionary school discipline, like how black and brown kids are being suspended and expelled at disproportionate rates, to prison pipeline, to other educational barriers that they face. It is truthfully hard to think about their access and inclusion into science and what we're including in the classroom in terms of science, access and inclusion, when there are so many other just baseline when you think of like a hierarchy of needs. So many other baseline structural inequalities that are happening. So for me having that lens when I walked in from the moment, and I was kind of thinking about how I was going to go into Saturday, did I have to put on some special science lens or science hat? I said, "No, just go in as the researcher, as the ethnographer, as the sociologists that you are." That gravitated me towards just thinking about the community first, before I was even thinking about how folks would touch upon science that day, I was just looking at the neighborhood looking at, how folks were interacting with the fire department officials that were there, looking at what moms were talking about, were they talking about doctor's appointments? Were they talking about having to buy school supplies? Looking at the housing, the government assisted housing that was right across the street from the middle school. Looking at all of these other pieces that made this community what it was because you if you're going to understand how these folks, how kids, how families are interacting and engaging with science, or are included or excluded from science, you need to understand the context of all of these other systems and systemic barriers that they face on a day to day.