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Our Children Can Soar: A Celebration of Rosa, Barack, and the...

Our Children Can Soar: A celebration of Rosa, Barack and the Pioneers of Change, is a magical, unforgettable book. Written by author and editor...

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Shackles From the Deep: Tracing the Path of a Sunken Slave...

Although Black history is important, this importance does not make certain details any easier to digest. Case-in-point: Publitzer prize-winning author and Journalist, Michael H....

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Garrett Augustus Morgan

1877-1963 Inventions: Breathing Apparatus (Gas Mask) Patented October 13, 1914 Patent #1,113,675 Garrett Augustus Morgan was born in Paris, Kentucky on March 4, 1877. During his brilliant lifetime, he...

Tick Tock Banneker’s Clock

It took two years, but without library books, scale models, the Internet, Youtube tutorial videos, a piece of steel, or even a formal education,...

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Charles B. Brooks…Cleaning it Up!

Street Sweeper Patent #556,711 Patented March 17, 1895 Charles B. Brooks lived during a time when our streets were in horrific condition. They were typically cleaned by...

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Talk to ‘Em: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Getting a Grant (But Were Afraid to Ask)

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT GETTING A GRANT (BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK) 21...

Talk to ‘Em: Writers, Find Your Tools and Use Them

After a pretty hectic start to 2017, I’m finally able to sit down and write...

Meet Jacqueline Fountain, Inventor of Uro-Grip Technology!

Hello History Lovers, We have all, at one time or another, had to go to the...

Meet DeVon Cooper and His Brainchild: INIQUITY!

Hello History Fans, Today we bring you an interview with rising Independent Filmmaker DeVon Cooper, the...

Muhammad Ali: A Champion is Born

It’s hard to believe “The Greatest” is gone. It’s even harder to believe the world...