The Huntsville chapter of BDPA continued their collaboration with the Huntsville chapter of 100 Black Men by teaching a STEM workshop. Chapter members taught several teenaged boys about electronic circuit wiring. The two-part STEM workshop is presented by BDPA Board Member Bernard Nealy who is also the owner of Vision Tech Alliance. The workshop is designed as an introduction to building devices with a Raspberry Pi microcomputer. The children worked in small teams to wire an LED display, using a Raspberry Pi as a controller. In the second part of the workshop, the children will write code using the Python programming language to create an LED light show.