Fourth-graders at a Grayson, Ga., elementary school recently learned about inventions created by black Americans from author Michael Carson, the father of a peer. Author of "African-American Inventions That Changed The World," Carson shared the stories of five inventors including one pioneer of video games.
Student's father tells class about black inventors
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