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Black Facts for Black Lives that Matter Everyday

Black Facts brings to life Black Achievements that every American should know & be proud of. Here are a few Testimonials & Book Excerpts:

Teachers Union: This book inspires students to learn more about real African American History.

1892 - Bessie Coleman was the first African-American & Native-American woman to hold a pilot license.

Professor: Every American should know these American Accomplishments.

1918 - Lewis H Latimer patented the light bulb and telephone.

Student 1: Wow, I was surprised that so many African Americans excel in so many areas other than sports and entertainment.

1891 - Zora Neale Hurston was one of first Black women filmmakers.

YW: $4 for a book like this is fantastic.

1890 - William B. Purvis invented the fountain pen.

Student 2: I didn’t know that African Americans are responsible for everyday items such as the washing machine, street sweeping machine and the list goes on and on.

1938 – Captain B Collins patented portable electric light.

KW: This is a wonderful book. Every family should own this book.

1918 - Lewis H Latimer patented the light bulb and telephone.

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