The Institute of Black Inventors & Technology(TIBIT). is the only traveling museum that exclusively highlights the achievements of African American men, women, and youth in science and innovation. Carroll and Sandra have amassed over 200 original artifacts or reproductions of these inventors/innovators. The museum’s collections are comprised of artifacts, photographs, books and other memorabilia to interpret the stories of African American’s in STEAM. They have obtained these artifacts from antique stores, flea markets, Ebay, bookstores, the inventors themselves and corporations to create an informative and impactful traveling museum that highlights the accomplishments and contributions of African American’s who have largely gone unrecognized in our nation’s history.
Carroll and Sandra Lamb have spent over two decades collecting and researching African American history with a particular emphasis on African American inventors/innovators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art and math(STEAM) to create the TIBIT traveling museum. The Lambs have showcased TIBIT exhibits in all five regions of the United States to over 40,000 individuals.
The Lambs have displayed the various TIBIT exhibits at K-12 public, private and charter schools, colleges, universities, summer camps, libraries, senior living facilities, living rooms, art museums and cultural galleries. The exhibits are intentionally customized their exhibits to fit the intendent audience. They serve as docents to answer questions and to engage in thought provoking conversations.
The Institute of Black Invention and Technology
P.O. Box 300542 Kansas City, MO. 64130
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