I am especially excited about this next book because it is written by 
my all time favorite basketball player, 

THE GREATEST BASKETBALL PLAYER OF ALL TIMES! 
and now a successful author, Mr. Kareem Abdul Jabbar! 

BISM Inc. is proud to 
recommend this reading to all of our followers:
As a taller than average, brillant, black child growing up in Los Angeles, California in the 1970’s, I kept a poster Kareem Abdul Jabbar tacked on my wall. Every time we moved, as military families often did in those days, no matter where our family was stationed, I had my Kareem poster and model airplanes decorating my bedroom. 40 years later, I still have that poster and several Jabbar t-shirts and other memorabilia. The models are long gone.

 Now, who would have thought one of my greatest heroes, (second only to my father and Muhammad Ali) would share one of my most intense passions: 
Teaching the history of Black Inventors!

 This is not Kareem’s first historical masterpiece. 
”On the Shoulder of Giants”, an earlier novel,
 is an excellent read, bringing back to life that 
amazing period in history known as the 
“Harlem Renaissance.” 

His insight and analogies to modern times make 
it a must read. Every fan of our rich cultural
roots planted in the early 20th century by poets,
artists, authors, athletes and entertainers, will be 
thrilled and enlightened with each chapter.
          
              BISM Inc. is honored to salutes 
            Kareem Abdul Jabbar,
              Another Living Legend!


WHAT COLOR IS MY WORLD?

THE LOST HISTORY OF

AFRICAN AMERICAN INVENTORS  


This book is a wonderful story, enjoyable by the whole family.

The unique presentation is another winner!”       -R.A. Umar Shabazz Bey,

Founder of the Black Inventors & Scientists Museums, Inc.

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For more information visit: www.kareemabduljabbar.com           

Be sure to check out his latest film production:

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GREAT BOOKS TO READ


WOW EVERYONE!

This is Bro. Umar of BISM, Inc. I am taking this moment to let you know about

another great book about black inventors.

Black Inventors,

Crafting Over 200 Years of Success


Identifies black inventors from five continents, over seventy countries, including almost all fifty states in the United States.


Citing a number of black inventors from 1769 - 2007, this book is one of the most comprehensive works on black Inventors since Henry E. Baker's research on Black inventors in the early 20th century. 


From more information visit:

http://www.globalblackinventor.com