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angela davis maybe?
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i think it would be great if you did a lesson on black inventors.  black ppl have made significant contributions to science and medicine--like the black guy who helped develop open heart surgery w/o a medical degree! at johns hopkins. he wasn't recognized for years.  could even incorporate Henrietta Lacks and Hela cells in there.
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They should know how Europeans put so much effort into denying anything we've ever done. Great Zimbabwe for example. They just refused to believe it was built by Black people smh.

Dispelling myths that Africans were hopeless before Europeans arrived would be good too.

I agree with talking about inventors too, maybe incoporate past and present? I really liked reading this story http://blackoncampus.com/2009/05/02/african-american-9th-grader-develops-new-surgical-technique/


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Originally posted by DWeird DWeird wrote:

They should know how Europeans put so much effort into denying anything we've ever done. Great Zimbabwe for example. They just refused to believe it was built by Black people smh.

Dispelling myths that Africans were hopeless before Europeans arrived would be good too.

I agree with talking about inventors too, maybe incoporate past and present? I really liked reading this story http://blackoncampus.com/2009/05/02/african-american-9th-grader-develops-new-surgical-technique/


Yes! I watched a great documentary about pre-colonial life in Uganda. Unfortunately I only watched the last half of it, and don't know the name of it.

FOUND IT! the series is called Lost Kingdoms of Africa by the BBC and the episode was Bunyoro & Buganda




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Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

i think it would be great if you did a lesson on black inventors.  black ppl have made significant contributions to science and medicine--like the black guy who helped develop open heart surgery w/o a medical degree! at johns hopkins. he wasn't recognized for years.  could even incorporate Henrietta Lacks and Hela cells in there.


lewis latimore invented the carbon filament in the lightbulb, and worked w/ thomas edison and alexander grahm bell

garret morgan invented the gas mask and the traffic light

otis boykin invented the electronic control devices for guided missiles, IBM computers, and the pacemaker.

dr. patricia e bath invented a laser based surgery that is used to treat cataracts. she's still alive

benjamin banneker developed the first clock used in the US and basically planned out all of DC. and supposedly "helped" w/ the blueprints of the White house. and by help, I mean made them himself but wasn't given credit.


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teach em about richard aoki
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Not really a lesson but im an RA on res and I decorated the res centre as a timeline... I'll post pics one sec
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My school has trivia about blacks, who have impacted medicine and we give prizes for anyone that can figure out the person. We do this every other day. 
Today, we focused on Dr. Rebeca Crumpler, who was the first African American woman to receive a medical degree in 1864.
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