The authors of this Bill of Rights for Gifted Students of Color have extensive experience and expertise in gifted education and multicultural education. We are leading Black scholars in gifted education with an individual and collective mission that is equity-oriented and multicultural/culturally responsive. 
The 26,000+ members and supporters of the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) should feel pretty good about their efforts and the fruits they have produced in education policy. 
THE HIGH FLYER post is by the STEM Network Working Group chaired by Linda J. Sheffield
THE HIGH FLYER post is by James Bishop, a licensed professional counselor in the state of Texas who specializes in working with gifted youth and adults. He is the current chair-elect of the NAGC Social and Emotional Network.
The NAGC Facebook Group receives many posts by parents and teachers asking for advice and feedback from group members.  Recently, a father asked about resources for his space-loving son. NAGC has not reviewed any of these items, but we thought people would like to read what group members recommended.