Black Tech – Leaders in Technology
Aimed To Donate: 100,000 Books
“Black Tech” is a part of a series of non-fiction children’s books designed to showcase the contributions that African Americans have made and are still making in the development of the United States and the world. Our children engage with technology daily and this book will highlight a few African American contributors in the technology space.
It is written for 6 to 8-year-olds or 1st to 3rd graders. Some of the people featured in Black Tech are
Glady West – GPS
Jesse Russell – Cell Phone
Alexander Miles – Automatic Elevator Door opener
Mary Van Brittan-Brown – security system
Garrett morgan – traffic light
Frederick jones – truck refrigeration
Shirley Jackson – touch-tone telephone, portable fax, caller id, and the fiber optic cable
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