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During Black History month, we usually hear about Blacks who've created various products such as Madame C.J. Walker, George Washington Carver, Garret Morgan, Elijah McCoy, etc. But did you know that there are more African-Americans who created other products such as the super soaker toy, a laser surgical device, the potato chip, and a bread making machine? It's amazing and inspiring to discover that there are more inventions and products that were created by our people. Unfortunately, a lot of us are not aware of the depths of our history and we can't keep relying on the media to tell us the truth or keep us informed. It's also inspiring to see that Blacks can accomplish anything we set our mind to no matter how much the media or other people try to paint us in a negative light.
On this second week in Black History Month we focus on the contributions of African American Inventors.
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Black History Month - African American Inventors that Changed the Food Industry.
On today's broadcast I will honor Black History Month by sharing about the lives and inventions of African Americans. These brilliant individuals achieved success in the midst of racial discrimination and changed how we eat and how food is processed. Source: blackinventor.com
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This week Kai talks with Keith C. Holmes author of Black Inventors: Crafting Over 200 Years of Success. Kai met Mr. Holmes at The 43rd Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus this year and invited him on the show he graciously accepted. He is a fan of Keith's work and can't wait to discuss with him the history of Black innovation and ingenuity that he has researched and unearthed all over the planet.
Black Inventors, Crafting Over 200 Years of Success, highlights the work of Black inventors from over seventy countries. The author, Keith C. Holmes, has spent more than twenty years researching Black inventors around the world. Without inventions, innovations, financial resources, materials, muscle and labor saving devices, civilizations cannot exist and flourish. Author Keith Holmes will dispel myth and outright falsehood about the contribution that the Black race has made in inventions around the world.
My first guest for this week show will be Mr. Chip Coffey. Mr. Coffey is The Director of Theraphy Services for St luke's Behavioral Health in Phoenix, Arizona. I will be speaking with Mr. Coffey about the impact of mental illness on our society. Please listen into the show and participate
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Today we are talking with two amazing people who developed a fantastic caramel liqueur called kkAda. kkAda was created by Zane Seely and Charlotte Gilbert. Their musical backgound and love for the arts, has driven them to develop kkAda through dedication, research, and a relentless pursuit, of one of the most amazing products to come along in the liquor world in a 100 years!
Tune in on Thursday April 30th for the Marketing Pulpit DC. Special guest is inventor Angela Iheoma, who has created a device in her fight against cervical cancer.
Marketing Pulpit Radio is celebrating 5 years of being on the air. The DC show features an outstanding cast of some of the most talented personalities in the business and entertainment industries, including the show’s host expert marketer, professor and author, Robert Gatewood MBA, president of Gatewood Marketing. The show also features co-hosts, branding expert William Maxwell, of WM Graphics, and former Ms. DC and TV personality, Alena7 who rounds out the starpower of the show.
When it comes to creative juices this BIGthinker is overflowing. She is known to some as a serial inventor. Her first invention in 1998 was called “The Bookman” a precursor to the nook and kindle.
She has founded an international organization for women of color who have a passion for inventing as well. She helps them overcome the hurdles associated with a male driven industry.