In the May 2018 issue of Young Children, Danielle Davis and Dale Farran note "two major research findings support the importance of mathematics learning in urban prekindergarten classrooms that primarily serve children of color. One is that early math knowledge is a strong predictor of later school success-in reading as well as math (Duncan et al. 2007). The other is that racial disparities in children's math achievement are present at kindergarten entry (Friedman-Krauss 2016)-and these gaps remain large throughout elementary, middle, and high school (National Assessment of Educational Progress 2015)." - From Positive Early Math Experiences for African American Boys: Nurturing the Next Generation of STEM Majors, NAEYCAlthough this article focus on math experiences for boys, we know that women, especially black women, are underrepresented in the math and science fields. What do we as a field need to do to increase STEM (and STEAM) opportunities for children of color?