Black Students Invent Electric Car

Kevin Duley
*My hat is tipped off to our young Black geniuses today. A  group of Black high school students at De LaSalle High School in Kansas City, Miss. have taken part in a project that will go into history books.

When compared with the amount of energy needed to run a regular car powered by gasoline, the electric car built by the DeLaSalle students is equal to 452 miles per gallon!

  One student, Kevin Duley, had the typical dream of becoming a professional basketball player, but the invention changed his mind. He now wants to be a scientist.

The great thing about this story is that is emphasizes the importance of extra-curricular activities in the schools. These students’ futures depend on these programs, especially in the Black community. Read the full story here.

Our politicians need to stop trippin out and get it together. They keep taking money out of the school and putting em over seas and in our prisons. If we had it right, prison populations wouldn’t be so high and we’d have more kids going to school instead of jail. But who am I. Just a blogger.

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