RushmoreDrive

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RushmoreDrive was launched in April 2008 and was the first search engine for the Black community. It was co-founded by Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., Kevin McFall, and Brad Gebert[1] It delivered a blend of mainstream search results plus a layer of more relevant search results influenced by the Black community. RushmoreDrive News was a tool that enabled the Black community to find news headlines from the entire World Wide Web, including well known Black media, blogs and countless relevant on-line voices, as well as recognized mainstream news sources.[2]

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