46 minutes · February 4, 2019
In 2000, Reverend Thomas Johnson and his son, Thomas IV, became the first African American father & son duo to hold simultaneous membership in the NYSE. In 1974, Reverend Johnson also became the first African American member of the American Stock Exchange. Their careers, in many ways, were similar to the thousands of people who worked alongside them, but the Johnsons, father and son, were also were trailblazers who smashed through barriers on their way to Trading Floor success.
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