Pins

Anassa Kata Pin

Anassa Kata Pin
$14.99
ISBN/SKU: 
30341266

Athletic Shield Pin

Athletic Shield Pin
$14.99
ISBN/SKU: 
95587088

Book Pin

$9.99
$9.99
$9.99
$9.99
$9.99
ISBN/SKU: 
27851182

CSI Clock Tower Lapel Pin w/ Magnetic Catch

CSI Clock Tower Lapel Pin w/ Magnetic Catch
$7.99

Size: 1" square

ISBN/SKU: 
642381713126

CSI Clock Tower Pin

CSI Clock Tower Pin
$27.99

This highly detailed pin is made from a durable brass with gold-tone and enamel finish.  Easy to wear with  a deluxe butterfly clutch back. Presented in a box.

Size: 18mm square

ISBN/SKU: 
642381718039

Dissent Pin - Alice Ball, Chemist

Dissent Pin - Alice Ball, Chemist
Dissent Pin - Alice Ball, Chemist
$14.99

Alice Ball, pioneering chemist and developer of the first effective treatment for leprosy, is celebrated in our new hard enamel pin, the first in our Women in Science series.

Alice Ball developed a method for isolating the beneficial compounds from the oil of the chaulmoogra seed (pictured in this pin), creating an extract that became the preferred method for treating leprosy.

This pin comes with a fold-out card with Alice's story.

50% of profits from this pin go to:

  • Black Girls Code
  • DIY Girls
  • ChickTech
ISBN/SKU: 
854690008415

Dissent Pin - EQUALITY

Dissent Pin - EQUALITY
Dissent Pin - EQUALITY
$14.99

The Equality Pin celebrates the work and life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

50% of profits from the sales of this pin are split between three organizations:

  • The Bronx Freedom Fund
  • International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP)
  • Center for Reproductive Rights

Pin illustration © 2018 Monica Garwood

ISBN/SKU: 
854690008521

Dissent Pin - Grace Hopper, Computer Scientist

Dissent Pin - Grace Hopper, Computer Scientist
Dissent Pin - Grace Hopper, Computer Scientist
$14.99

Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, pioneering computer scientist and educator, is celebrated in our new hard enamel pin, the second in our Women in Science series.

As one of the first computer programmers, Hopper used binary code to program the Mark I computer. But she had a vision for a better way: She created the first computer language that used words to tell computers what to do. 

Hopper also dedicated her life to educating people about how computers work. She always carried “nanosecond wires” with her to use in her lectures. These 11.8” (30cm) wires represented the maximum distance a signal can travel in 1 billionth of a second. This pin is a wearable version of her nanosecond wires: The white line on the pin is 11.8” long.

(To fit a light-nanosecond into a small space, we made it into a pattern called a “labyrinth.”)

This 24k gold-plated pin comes with a fold-out card with Hopper's story.

50% of profits from this pin go to:

  • Black Girls Code
  • DIY Girls
  • ChickTech
ISBN/SKU: 
854690008491

Lantern Pin in Class Colors

Lantern Pin in Class Colors
Lantern Pin in Class Colors
$14.99
$14.99
$14.99
$14.99
$14.99
$14.99
ISBN/SKU: 
65190455