Jack L. Cooper: First African-American Radio Broadcaster, Known as the “Radio Mogul” | Black Then

1 Posted by - September 5, 2018 - Black First

Facebook has developed into a way to connect people, spread awareness, and spark conversations throughout the U.S. and the world at large.

On Past African American History (Not In the Books), we discovered fascinating post by Carmen Maria about Jack L. Cooper: First African-American Radio Broadcaster, Known as the “Radio Mogul” | Black Then

Jack L. Cooper: First African-American Radio Broadcaster, Known as the “Radio Mogul” | Black Then

Jack L. Cooper is best known as the first African-American radio broadcaster. Cooper was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on September 18, 1888, and was the youngest of 10 children. He was raised in a single-parent home, and by the age of 10, he quit school and moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, to work at a rac…
Source

No comments

Leave a reply