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Each day i try to help or lift up my people's & yours .All colors matter & Black Lives do Matter . Wake up Black's . Listen to SO ALIVE - Blu Rey Ft. Cleveland Kane by Joseph blue on Listen to MAd Dog CLeveLAnD [All Me mix] by iam BLu Rey on Watch "pitbulls Trouble & Pearl tug a war Sniper Gang Music aka S G M Songs pit bulls having fun " on YouTube AMEN Listen to Cleveland Kane - Ride Out by Cleveland Kane on ๐Ÿ’ช๐ŸฟโœŠ๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿ™๐ŸฟโœŠ๐ŸฟโœŠ๐ŸพโœŠ๐Ÿฝ




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Isaac R. Johnson was born sometime in 1812 in New York. While he was not the first to invent the bicycle frame, he was the first black man to invent and patent one, particularly one that could be folded or disassembled for easy storage.

In fact, Isaac Johnson's version of the bicycle frame is similar to the version we ride today, as modern bicycles have the same pattern, but they do not fold up. Johnson's version was a folding frame that could be stored in small spaces; it was frequently used while traveling and on vacation.

The patent was originally filed for by Isaac R. Johnson in April of 1899, and it was assigned the publication number: US634823 A. The only information we have about Isaac R.
Johnson comes from the information he filled out when he filed his patent.

We know he lived in Manhattan, New York, based on this documentation. According to the paperwork, this bicycle frame is an improved version of any previous bicycle frame due to its ability to be disassembled and stored in a truck or other small storage area.

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Stephanie Wilson - September 27, 1966
Engineer and a NASA astronaut. She flew to space onboard three Space Shuttle missions and is the second African American woman to go into space, after Mae Jemison. As of 2021, her 42 days in space are the most of any female African American astronaut


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