October 13, 2015

Tuesday Open Thread: Young African American Philanthropists


Good Morning POU! Today's feature involves efforts to curb the dismal number of minorities in Silicon Valley while simultaneously providing opportunities for young male teens of color in the Oakland community who otherwise, would not have … [Read more...]

Tuesday Open Thread: More Black Scientists and Inventors


    William H. Richardson In 1889, William H. Richardson patented a more functional baby reversible carriage — meaning the bassinet could be positioned to face both out and in. In addition to modernizing the carriage, … [Read more...]

Saturday Open Thread: African American Car Designers


Good Morning Obots! Today's featured car designer is Andre Hudson! A design career that started with doodling sports cars From the perspective of a Denver middle school teacher, grading papers from Andre Hudson was a chore. "Like a lot of … [Read more...]

Wednesday Open Thread: African-Americans in Aviation and Space


This week's open threads are highlighting the accomplishments of African-Americans in Aviation and Space.  Dr. Guion Stewart “Guy” Bluford, Jr. (born November 22, 1942), is an engineer, retired Colonel from the United States Air Force and a … [Read more...]

Saturday Open Thread: African-American Gamers


Its gonna be a hot one today so be careful in dem screets Obots! Here's an interesting new game device. The GameSkunk. Created by the minority-owned firm Sensory Acumen, Inc. (Michael Coleman, Chief Creative Officer, Charlene Childers-Coleman, … [Read more...]

Friday Open Thread: African-American Gamers


Good Morning Obots! Today we look at at urban-focused  Nerjyzed Entertainment. Nerjyzed Entertainment, LLC (NE) is a privately held video game and 3D animation development and publishing company founded in 2003, and headquartered in Baton Rouge, … [Read more...]

Thursday Open Thread: African-American Gamers


Good Morning Obots! Today's featured "gamer" is not only a minority in terms of race in this industry, but as a female of color, she is truly a pioneer. Karisma Williams From Black Enterprise magazine: Some people like to play games while … [Read more...]