Below are some of the places I have found useful in researching mathematicians. This page will be under regular revision – please comment with any additional resources below and I’ll add them here! By all means, repost, copy and share widely.

Links to online resources on Black Mathematicians

- Mathematically Gifts & Black
- Dr. Kristopher Childs’ Black Mathematician Month
- Mathematicians of the African Diaspora
- Mac Tutor African Mathematical Biographies

Links to online resources on Latinx Mathematicians

Links to online resources on Female Mathematicians

Resources on Indian Mathematicians

Resources on Native American mathematics

- Navajo Math Circles
- List of Indigenous Mathematicians and Scientists (gathered by Heather Theijsmeijer

General Resources on a Variety of Mathematicians

- Macarthur Fellows
- Mathematicians Born/Died on this Day This has a huge number of mathematicians. You’ll have to seek a bit for the non-white-male ones, but you can look at the Birthplace Index to help out. (h/t Andrew Thomas)

BOOKS

- Erica Walker’s Beyond Banneker
- Claudia Henrion Women in Mathematics
- Talithia Williams Power in Numbers: The Rebel Women of Mathematics
- Shelly M. Jones Women Who Count
- W.E.B DuBois Data Portraits Visualizing Black America
- Rachel Ignotofsky Women in Science

Organizations

- Todos – Latinx focused mathematics
- Black Girls Code
- Benjamin Banneker Association

THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR!!!! Thank you

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I never knew there were so many math teachers and profferssors

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