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Your Black History: Meet Dr. Andrew Brimmer, The First Black Governor Of The Federal Reserve

1265By Victor Trammell

The Federal Reserve Bank of the United States is a powerful financial entity responsible for managing America’s economy. There are 12 Federal Reserve banks in America, which carry out the functions of the nation’s central banking system.

The knowledge needed to flourish in America’s financial sector are essential to any division of the business landscape. Though the professions of a financial analyst or an economist are not areas that suit my best skill set, I respect the hard work of top-notch financial practitioners. It is especially commendable to see blacks succeed in the business finance sector, which is primarily dominated by white males.

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2 Responses to Your Black History: Meet Dr. Andrew Brimmer, The First Black Governor Of The Federal Reserve

  1. Cheryl Reply

    February 15, 2013 at 1:46 pm

    Oh! By the way, I’m black. Also, study and read about the Federal Reserve and see why this institution needs to be abolished.

  2. Cheryl Reply

    February 15, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    The Federal Reserve Bank is the most scandalous, deceitful, thieving, dishonest institution in the world. Seriously, I don’t give a rat’s a*s if black people have headed this s**t filled institution or not. What are you, 12?

    Ask these federal reserve folk WHY are they charging interest to print/loan? the American government money? That’s why this economy is so crappy.

    These folks (black or not) are NOT your friend! Stop admiring these crooks!

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