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Black History Month Special 
Black Invention Myths

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After a several-year hiatus when it was only accessible via the Internet Archive, the Black Invention Myths website has been resurrected by Counter-Currents and is back online in time for Black History Month.

Black Invention Myths

Perhaps you’ve heard the claims: Were it not for the genius and energy of African-American inventors, we might find ourselves in a world without traffic lights, peanut butter, blood banks, light bulb filaments, and a vast number of other things we now take for granted but could hardly imagine life without. Read more …

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Black History Month Special 
Black Invention Myths

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Editor’s Note:

Sadly, the Black Invention Myths site is no longer online. Since this site is such an important resource, I have reproduced the main page below from http://www.archive.org/. The links lead either to external websites or to other pages at archive.org. Unfortunately, many of these pages cannot be displayed at present. Read more …

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Black History Month Special 
Black Invention Myths

6,343 words

Editor’s Note:

Sadly, the Black Invention Myths site is no longer online. Since this site is such an important resource, I have reproduced the main page below from http://www.archive.org/. The links lead either to external websites or to other pages at archive.org. Unfortunately, many of these pages cannot be displayed at present. I will try to find copies of all the missing pages and archive them at Counter-Currents. Argument 1,889,456 for print publishing!  Read more …

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Black History Month Special 
Who Invented Peanut Butter?

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One of the most widespread black invention myths, which has even insinuated itself into otherwise skeptical minds, is that peanut butter was invented by George Washington Carver. Some even seem to think that the invention of peanut butter is on a par with the printing press and penicillin. Read more …

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Black History Month Special 
Black Invention Myths

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Editor’s Note:

Every February — a.k.a., Black History Month — the Black Invention Myths site is frequently unavailable because its bandwidth is too limited to accommodate all would-be readers. Since this site is such an important resource, I have reproduced the main page below from http://www.archive.org/. The links lead either to external websites or to other pages at archive.org. Read more …

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