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  • How This Unsung Black Entrepreneur Changed The Food Industry Forever—And Made A Lot Of Dough

    Forbes - 03/15/2021

    It’s the framework that explains why “Black Americans were always inventing,” adds Kara W. Swanson, a law and history professor at Northeastern University. But proper ownership was hard to come by. “Many sold the rights to white men in part because they didn’t have the money to develop or because they were worried that people wouldn’t want to buy what they were inventing,” adds Swanson.

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