"The exhibit was phenomenal. It should be a requirement for all school children to see and learn about."
— Wanda Ingram, Academic Dean at Providence College
"This was a great learning experience for our 4th grade classes. It allowed them an exceptional visual representation of all they have been learning in the classroom. Great job!!"
— Rebecca Bueno, Teacher at Paul Cuffee School, Providence, RI
"This was an excellent exhibit."
— Karen Hurd, Teacher, Springfield Public Schools
"Who knew how many items used in our daily lives were invented by Black men and women? Quite an eye opener to finally give recognition where deserved!"
— Karol Cooper, Administrative Staff at Mount Holyoke College
"A wonderful, well-designed and educational presentation! Thank you for sharing it!"
— Paula Keogh, Publication Center Director at Providence College
"How wonderful to have such professional exhibits to view and study. Very impressive! Thank you for coming to Wheelock."
— Susan Harris-Sharpton, Prof. of Education at Wheelock College
"Thank you so much for this. It was an emotional journey for me knowing these men did not get the recognition / compensation they deserved for their talents/work."
— Becky Vick, Student at Mount Holyoke College
"I’ve been taught a life-time in just 20 minutes. I feel very proud, excited, and motivated. It lets my little Black children see you are somebody. You can do anything you set your mind to."
— Shirley Telford, Parent, New Haven, CT
"I think this exhibit is a wonderful display of Black intelligence denied and erased from history books."
— Catherine Jenkins, Parent