Diversity in Mathematics
Between September 15 and October 15, every year, the United States celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month. In 2016, the American Mathematical Society, in partnership with Lathisms, began a showcase of the contributions of 31 Hispanic and Latino/a mathematicians from September 15 to October 15. Read about each mathematician's research, a short bio, and their own statement.
This website highlights the accomplishments of Black Scholars in the mathematical sciences. Beginning in 2017, an honoree of the day is chosen for each day in February, Black History month. Read about each honoree's accomplishments and words of wisdom. There are also links to other resources on historical contributions of black mathematicians
In February 2018, women mathematicians from all over the world responded to a call for clips in which they were asked to introduce themselves. The result includes 146 clips of 243 women mathematicians from 36 different countries and speaking 31 different languages.
The Mathematical Association of America has a web page with a list of resources for minorities in mathematics. This includes organizations, programs, events, and funding opportunities, which support the success of members of minority groups in the mathematical sciences.