"I first saw the Black Inventions exhibition in New York a few years ago. I was impressed by its quality and the importance of its mission to promote positive images of African-Americans and increase public appreciation for their considerable accomplishments. This fascinating exhibition reminds us of the diversity of the United States and the unique contributions that each ethnic and racial community has and continues to make to the country. "
U.S. Ambassador Richard Baltimore
Frmr. Minister Of Education
"One of the best exhibits ever presented in Trinidad & Tobago, the presentation was positive and inspirational, students worldwide should witness this fine exhibit. Students need role models and Black inventors are a great example"
Dr. Hazel Manning Frmr. Minister Of Education of Trinidad & Tobago Wife of Prime Minster of Trinidad & Tobago
Retired NBA star
"In today's world, a lack of knowledge and understanding of history puts an individual at a distinct disadvantage. The Black Inventions Exhibit is doing a great job inspiring students to be successful. I thank the President of Bryant College for giving me the opportunity to witness this exhibit of Black greatness.”
Earvin "Magic" Johnson Retired NBA Star Olympic Gold Medalist
Vice President of Development and Diversity
"At the United States Postal Service, diversity means building an inclusive environment that respects the uniqueness of every individual and encourages the contributions of people from different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. The Postal Service remains committed to educating and informing America and the world about the many achievements and contributions of noted African Americans."
"I would like to thank the Black Inventors Exhibit for participating in many USPS Black History Month events, it's an outstanding presentation of inventors of African American descent"
Susan LaChance Vice president of Employee Development and Diversity United States Postal Service
Dean of Students
"The Black Inventors Exhibit has been an asset to PBCC for over 7 years, our students and staff really appreciate the history that is presented. The exhibit is well put together with a wealth of information and every year new things are added, this is why we bring them back every year!'
Dean Leonard Bruton Palm Beach Community College
"The Black Inventors exhibit and the Latino Heritage museum exhibits have provided exceptional opportunities to educate all members of our campus community. I have also taken various opportunities to bring these exhibits to community venues and the impact has been great as well. It will be a rewarding experience for all of those who get to experience these displays."
David BlackburnNiagara UniversityDirector of Multicultural & International Student Affairs
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