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African American History

INVENTORS

In spite of what’s being projected in the media today, African Americans have contributed to the growth of this country in hundreds, if not thousands of ways. In honor of these great men and women, R.A.R.E. Youth has published this page to display the contributions our people have made. Many of them studied the Holy Bible and they drew upon God’s word for strength, wisdom and guidance.

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African American Inventors

James Edward Maceo West – African American Inventor

James Edward Maceo West Born February 10, 1931, in Farmville, Prince Edward County, Virginia) is an American inventor and acoustician. He holds over 250 foreign and U.S. patents for the

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African American Inventors

Patricia Era Bath – African American Inventor (Laserphaco Probe)

Patricia Era Bath Born November 4, 1942, in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, she is an American ophthalmologist, inventor, and academic. She has broken ground for women and African Americans

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African American Inventors

Janet Emerson Bashen – African American Inventor

Janet Emerson Bashen An American inventor, entrepreneur, and business consultant. She patented a software program to assist with web-based equal employment opportunity investigations. She founded a human resource consulting firm focusing on equal

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African American Inventors

Kerrie Holley-African American Inventor

Kerrie Lamont Holley was born in September 7, 1954. Heis an American software architect, author, researcher, consultant, and Inventor and UnitedHealth Group, and Optum Technology’s first Technical Fellow. Holley is

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*The biographies and pictures are provided by Wikipedia – The Free Encyclopedia

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