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eBook In the Black: A History of African Americans on Wall Street ePub

by Gregory Bell,Gregory S. Bell

  • ISBN: 047140392X
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Gregory Bell,Gregory S. Bell
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (December 21, 2001)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1733 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1876 kb
  • Other: lrf rtf txt lit
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 670

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Bell (whose father, Travers Bell, worked for the New York Stock Exchange's first black-owned firm) brings an. .I purchase this book to help explore the history of African Americans on Wall Street, lots of history and so much more.

Bell (whose father, Travers Bell, worked for the New York Stock Exchange's first black-owned firm) brings an insider's view to the realm of investment banking and finance, starting with a brief biography of his family a clan enamored with trading and brokerage, but hampered by the restraints of Jim Crow.

Bell (whose father, Travers Bell, worked for the New York Stock Exchange's first black-owned firm) brings an.

Set to publish during Black History Month, In the Black will be warmly received by African American business .

Set to publish during Black History Month, In the Black will be warmly received by African American business readers and general readers alike. The never-before-told story of five decades of African Americans on Wall Street Here, for the first time, is the fascinating history of the African American experience on Wall Street as told by Gregory Bell, the son of the man who founded the first black-owned member firm of the New York Stock Exchange.

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social, political, and financial powers of African Americans converged on Wall Street. Set to publish during Black History Month, In the Black will be warmly received by African American business readers and general readers alike. As every author knows, the publication process can be complicated and all books are the result of many people’s labor. I must first thank my parents

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Gregory S. Bell, Gregory Bell.

Gregory S. It wonderfully depicts how these pioneers hurdled the obstacles of yesterday and positioned themselves for tomorrows challenges.

Place of Publication. GREGORY S. BELL is the son of Travers Bell, cofounder of Daniels & Bell, In. the firm that made history when it became the first black-owned member of the New York Stock Exchange. Upon his father's death in 1988, he became a silent partner in Daniels & Bell, Inc. He also worked on community outreach in Harlem under the Honorable Charles Rangel. Bell has been featured in the Amsterdam News and Securities Pro Newsletter. This is Bell's first book. Country of Publication.

The never-before-told story of five decades of African Americans onWall StreetHere, for the first time, is the fascinating history of the AfricanAmerican experience on Wall Street as told by Gregory Bell, the sonof the man who founded the first black-owned member firm of the NewYork Stock Exchange. A successful finance professional in his ownright with close ties to leading figures in both the blackfinancial and civil rights communities, Bell tells the stories ofthe pioneers who broke down the ancient social and politicalbarriers to African American participation in the nation sfinancial industry. With the help of profiles of many importantblack leaders of the past fifty years including everyone from JesseJackson and Maynard Jackson, former mayor of Atlanta, to E. StanleyO Neal, COO and President of Merrill Lynch, and Russell Goings,founder of First Harlem Securities and cofounder of First HarlemSecurities he shows how in the years following World War II thegrowing social, political, and financial powers of AfricanAmericans converged on Wall Street. Set to publish during BlackHistory Month, In the Black will be warmly received by AfricanAmerican business readers and general readers alike.

Comments

Vital Beast Vital Beast
A must for those wanting authentic history of the African Americans experience on Wall Street
Skunk Black Skunk Black
History that is sorely needed to be told and shared. A good book for our youth to find out that there is more to success than rap or video.
energy breath energy breath
You never know where you're going unless you know where you came from! I just started the book, and I wish my finance professors had incorporated this into the otherwise impeccable curriculum at Clark Atlanta. Very interesting read. Every person on wall street should read it, it's not only black history but AMERICAN history.
Framokay Framokay
This history helps the history of black people. Common American education doesn't teach the black man about successful people in the financial industry.
Lo◘Ve Lo◘Ve
This is a much appreciated addition to my library.
JoJoshura JoJoshura
I purchase this book to help explore the history of African Americans on Wall Street, lots of history and so much more.
Siatanni Siatanni
I've learned a lot by reading this book, a lot of stuff which I did not know. I'm going too pass this on to other people who will be interested in reading this book. Thanks.
Yes!! This is the book you want (need) to read.