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 Who was the first african american on the new york stock exchange?

Answer In 1970, Joseph L. Searles III became the first African-American member of the New York Stock Exchange. He relinquished his seat within a year due to a downturn in the market.Source:NYSE, "Timeline... Read More »
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Now that an African American is POTUS, will African Americans start tipping in Restaurants?

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How many African-Americans were in the first African-American Senate?

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Is Barack Obama African American or Arab American?

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What is African American art?

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