Who was the country's first African-American billionaire? FRONT TO BLACK HISTORY
In celebration of Black History Month, THE SCHOOL BELL with Linda Bell presents....FRONT TO BLACK HISTORY - a look at Black firsts in business.
Can you guess who was the country's first African-American billionaire?
That honor goes to Robert L. Johnson, the founder of the BET channel. In 1991, BET became the first African American-owned company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Click on his picture to read more about his amazing story. (Content courtesy of Biography.com)
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