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What Did Black People Invent?

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The internet is a very cowardly place. Racist people thrive on the internet because they can spew their misinformed hatred with basically no repercussions (Ever play Xbox Live?). While scrolling the internet one day, we came across a very racially motivated thread after a person asked a simple honest question:
"Did a black man invent the light bulb?" It is a strong rumor with concerning facts that point to a black man named Lewis Latimer may have really invented the light bulb and not Thomas Edison.

Anybody with half a brain knows that in a white dominated America, historical information has been warped to favor whites instead of blacks. In reality, most of the stuff we've been taught in school is a lie. If you believe that Christopher Columbus discovered a land where millions of people already lived then you should not continue reading. You're shallow. It's a great chance that Lewis Latimer, a black man, did invent the light bulb, but to be truthful, nobody knows.

Racist whites, not whites but racist whites try to make people believe that blacks did nothing for the world. But in reality, blacks contributed just as much and very significant things to the world, often being the first.

Egypt anyone? This is exactly why the noses were knocked off the Sphinx's nose, it was that of a black person. Now they can claim that the ancient Egyptians were not black.

Here is a list of some black (American) inventions that you may not have known.

source: GoLocalJamaica.com

  1. Frederick M. Jones: Air Conditioning Unit - July 12, 1949
  2. Benjamin Banneker: Almanac - approx. 1791
  3. Granville T. Woods: Auto Cut-Off Switch - January 1, 1839
  4. G. Cook: Auto Fishing Device - May 30, 1899
  5. Richard Spikes: Automatic Gear Shift - Feb. 28, 1932
  6. W.H. Richardson: Baby Buggy - June 18, 1899
  7. L.R. Johnson: Bicycle Frame - Oct. 10, 1899
  8. A.P. Ashbourne: Biscuit Cutter - Nov. 30, 1975
  9. Charles Drew: Blood Plasma Bag - Approx. 1945
  10. Henry T. Sampson: Cellular Phone - July 6, 1971
  11. T. Elkins: Chamber Commode - January 3, 1897
  12. G.T. Sampson: Clothes Dryer - June 6, 1862   
  13. S.R. Scratton: Curtain Rod -             Nov. 30, 1889
  14. William S. Grant: Curtain Rod Support - August 4, 1896
  15. O. Dorsey: Door Knob & Door Stop - Dec. 10, 1878
  16. Lawrence P. Ray: Dust Pan - August 3, 1897
  17. Willie Johnson: Egg Beater - February 5, 1884   
  18. Lewis Latimer: Electric Lamp Bulb - March 21, 1882
  19. Alexander Miles: Elevator - Oct. 11, 1867
  20. P. Johnson: Eye Protector - Nov. 2, 1880
  21. J.W. Winters: Fire Escape Ladder - May 7, 1878
  22. T. Marshall: Fire Extinguisher - Oct. 26, 1872
  23. L.C. Bailey: Folding Bed - July 18, 1899
  24. Brody and Surgwar: Folding Chair - June 11, 1889
  25. W.B. Purvis: Fountain Pen -             January 7, 1890
  26. O.A. Fisher: Furniture Caster - 1878
  27. Garrett Morgan: Gas Mask - Oct. 13, 1914
  28. T. Grant: Golf Tee - Dec. 12, 1899
  29. Robert F. Flemming, Jr.: Guitar - March 3, 1886
  30. Lydia O. Newman: Hair Brush - Nov. 15, 18
  31. Walter B. Purvis: Hand Stamp - Feb. 27, 1883
  32. J. Ricks: Horse Shoe - March 30, 1885
  33. A.L. Cralle: Ice cream Scooper - Feb. 2, 1897.
  34. Norbet Rillieux: Improv. Sugar Making - Dec. 10, 1846
  35. A.C. Richard: Insect Destroyer Gun - Feb. 28, 1899
  36. Sarah Boone: Ironing Board - Dec. 30, 1887
  37. F.J. Loudin: Key Chain - January 9, 1894
  38. Michael C. Harvey: Lantern - Aug. 19, 1884.
  39. L.A. Burr: Lawn Mower - May 19, 1889
  40. J.W. Smith: Lawn Sprinkler - May 4, 1897
  41. J. Thomas White: Lemon Squeezer - Dec. 8, 1893
  42. W.A. Martin: Lock -             July 23, 18
  43. Elijah McCoy: Lubricating Cup - Nov. 15, 1895
  44. James Robinson: Lunch Pail - 1887
  45. Paul L. Downing: Mail Box - Oct. 27, 1891
  46. Thomas W. Stewart: Mop -             June 11, 1893
  47. Frederick M. Jones: Motor - June 27, 1939
  48. George Washington Carver: Peanut Butter - 1896
  49. J.L. Love: Pencil Sharpener - Nov. 23, 2897.
  50. Joseph Hunger Dickenson: Record Player Arm - Jan. 8, 1819
  51. J. Standard: Refrigerator - June 14, 1891
  52. W.D. Davis: Riding Saddles - Oct. 6, 1895
  53. John W. Reed: Rolling Pin -             1864
  54. C.O. Bailiff: Shampoo Headrest - Oct. 11, 1898
  55. Edmund Berger: Spark Plug - Feb. 2, 1839
  56. Imhotep: Stethoscope     - Ancient Egypt
  57. T.A. Carrington: Stove - July 25, 1876
  58. Madam C.J. Walker: Straightening Comb - Approx. 1905
  59. Charles B. Brooks: Street Sweeper - March 17, 1890
  60. Granville T. Woods: Phone Transmitter - Dec. 2, 1884
  61. Frederick M. Jones: Thermostat Control - Feb. 23, 1960
  62. Garrett Morgan: Traffic Light - Nov. 20, 1923
Take these inventions in consideration of the time invented, and the level of racism against the inventor. Imagine how much more stuff blacks invented that has been taken away from them.

Also note that many of the inventions today are from the Japanese, and not white America as a racist would like for you to believe.

Missing from the list above. Open heart surgery, the cell phone and the home alarm system, all invented by black Americans.

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