• 0 Black History Inventors App

    As a young graduate student he was the only black American of his time with advanced training in scientific agriculture. He was the first nationally know African American scientist. Who was this Tuskegee Institute legend who remained at the school for over 50 years and was honored with a U.S. postage stamp in 1948? If you guessed Dr. George Washington Carver, you were right. We were recently surprised that the iPhone version of our Black History Inventors mobile app was at the top of one of our popularity charts. For Dr. Carver's story and more, see what others are discovering and download the free Black History Inventors app for iPhone or Android http://onelink.to/ebqvvu  

  • 0 Black History Quizzes Expand

    Six years ago we released the Android app Black History Quiz Deluxe. In 2013, this multiple choice brainteaser was well received. Thousands of downloads later our knowledge based trivia review quiz continues to gain fans. Black History Quiz was also our first iPhone - iPad app released in January, 2018. Thanks to loads of feedback and requests, we've updated the Android version of the app by popular demand. You'll find more of a game feel to version 2 of Black History Quiz (Android) to match the fun of the iPhone version. Multiple choice questions are presented across 12 levels. There's an in depth score card to analyze how you've done. You can also reward yourself by watching a video at certain points in the quiz game. Both versions of the quiz (iOS and Android) have received lots of new questions. Watch this video for a very quick glance at Black History Quiz (Android). Next in the pipeline for release during September 2019 are Android app updates to RnB Music Quiz Soul and Hip Hop Quiz. Both are completed. We'll also add an iPhone - iPad version of Hip Hop Quiz. Below are screens from new Android versions of Black History Quiz, RnB Music Quiz Soul and Hip Hop Quiz.    

  • 0 Memorial Day and America's Black Patriots

    In the 20th Century when the United States declared war against Germany, Dr. Louis T. Wright (shown above) enlisted in the US Army. In 1918, he was on the front lines in St. Die, France. Dr. Wright, (1891-1952), excelled in the field of medicine and brain trauma. He is the author of nearly 20 academic papers about brain surgery. He graduated from Clark University in Atlanta in 1911. Dr. Wright graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1915. For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots features an excellent profile of Dr. Wright, along with 28 other significant African Americans who served their country in the armed forces. You'll also find profiles about specific marine regiments, infantry divisions, airborne divisions, and calvary divisions. Discover more about America' Black Patriots in the iPhone/Android App: Black History Audio Book III. Within the Android version of the app you can watch the videos featuring all 9 chapters of the America's Black Patriots story. Below I am at the Lindenwold, New Jersey USA Memorial Park on Memorial Day, 2019.

  • 0 Black History Inventors

    He was the only African American child enrolled in a Quaker school near Baltimore, Maryland. In 1753, he built the first clock in the American colonies hand-carved from wood that even chimed the hour. By 1793 he published almanacs with astronomical information about tides, sunrise and sunset, and phases of the moon.   This inventor may be most famous as one of the surveyors for Washington, DC. Benjamin Banneker died in 1806. In 1980, the U.S. Postal service honored him with a commemorative stamp. The Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum, dedicated in 1998 is in Catonsville, Maryland. Banneker is one of more than 50 inventors spotlighted in the new Black History Inventors app for iPhone that joins the already popular Android version. Discover more about our Black History Inventors and watch the videos.

  • 0 Martin Luther King Jr. Message in Quotes Video

    In our app Black History Quotes Express, Martin Luther King Jr. has a large number of messages to contribute. These are powerful words indeed. For MLK Day 2019, here's a 60 second video featuring many of his memorable thoughts. We are finishing up Black History Quotes Express for iPhone and iPad which should be released in February. The iOS versions will join our Android version (in Google Play since mid-2018). 

  • 0 How To Find The Hidden Videos In Black History Audio Book 3 App

    App Developer Hugh Smith. Story telling is a tradition that never grows old. The spoken word carries our culture forward from one generation to the next. Before written text, there was the oral tradition. Audio narratives that were voiced by the educated, the soothsayers, the griot, or our elders are how people learned about everything before the dawn of books. This tradition continues today. Maybe that's why our Black History Audio Books 1 & 2 apps are so popular. We did something different for the 3rd volume. For those of you who like to watch as well as listen or read, we've got you covered. Several videos are also included in Black History Audio Book 3 to support the written words and spoken stories. The video below shows you how to find the hidden videos in Black History Audio Book 3!  We are finalizing the iPhone version of the three Android Black History Audio Books. It is finished. The app is going through advanced testing before we release it.

  • 0 Black History Audiobook for iPhone

    We've created a new Black History Audiobook for iPhone from our three Android versions. Now you'll be able to listen to all 30 chapters in one app. The iPhone version contains every chapter from all three Android Black History Audiobook apps. Here's a four screen sneak peak from the finished IOS version. We hope to have it in the App Store within a few weeks pending acceptance by Apple. Discover the 3 Android versions of Black History Audiobook right now.  

  • 0 Aretha Franklin: 15 Quotes from the Queen of Soul

    Black History Quotes Express app for Android has thousands of quotes, including many from the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin (1942 - 2018). Here in a new video is a dramatic reading by a wonderful announcer who delivers a respectful tribute to the Queen. Listen to Aretha's thoughts about life, the gospel, and music.

  • 0 6 Black History Apps You Should Check Out Before School Starts

    6 Black History apps you should check out before school starts and use at any time...

  • 0 Black History Expert

    Seven years between updates? Not exactly. One of the first Android apps we published back on July 4, 2011 was Black History Expert, previously released as a Kindle book. We converted the Kindle book into a phone - tablet based swipe through the pages casual reader. That's the way it remains today in an exclusive app version. One of the app stores missed our 2016 update, so the original version sat in that store (since 2011) continuing to get downloads. The 7 year itch is over and it's time for something new! Inside the new Black History Expert you can read about the lives of artists, activists, athletes, and performers in music, sciences, civil rights, sports, entertainment and much more with no ads. You will be the Black History Expert with the awesome new version of the 2018 update. Discover more about Black History Expert and watch the quick 20 second video below.  

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