Edward Brooke – First African American Elected US Senator

Edward Brooke, first black popularly elected to U.S. Senate
Edward Brooke, the Massachusetts Republican who was the first African-American to be popularly elected to the U.S. SenateBrooke, first black


 Edward Brooke

Dead at 95


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2 Jul 2013 … Edward Brooke. Brooke was— now here’s a period detail—a Republican moderate. Smooth, handsome, a World War II combat veteran, he was …

Edward W. Brooke – Autobiography – New York Times

21 Feb 2007 … The autobiography of Edward W. Brooke, the first black politician … gave a strident speech of her own, challenging his assertions on poverty.

 Edward Brooke, first elected black US senator, dies at 95
South China Morning Post (subscription), on Sun, 04 Jan 2015 13:33:45 -0800
Edward Brooke 1919-2015. Politicians from both sides of the aisle are mourning he death of “trailblazer” Edward Brooke, the first popularly elected black US senator. He was 95. Brooke died on Saturday of natural causes at his Florida home, surrounded

Edward Brooke, first black senator since Reconstruction, dies
kplr11.com, on Sat, 03 Jan 2015 17:18:45 -0800
“As the first African-American elected as a state’s Attorney General and first African-American U.S. Senator elected after reconstruction, Ed Brooke stood at the forefront of the battle for civil rights and economic fairness. During his time in elected

First African-American senator Edward Brooke dies aged 95
International Business Times UK, on Sun, 04 Jan 2015 08:43:22 -0800
Edward Brooke, the first African-American senator to be popularly elected in the US, has died aged 95. Brooke died of natural causes on Saturday at his home in Coral Gables, Florida surrounded by family, his former aide Ralph Neas said. The liberal …

First Elected Black US Senator Dies
AOL News, on Sun, 04 Jan 2015 08:18:45 -0800
Edward Brooke, the first African-American to be popularly elected to the U.S. Senate, died Saturday. In 2009, he was honored … by U.S. President Barack Obama at the Congressional Gold Medal award ceremony in Washington, D.C. Brooke, a Massachusetts …

Edward Brooke, 1st black man popularly elected to U.S. Senate, diesEdward Brooke, 1st black
The first blacks served in the Senate in the 1870s, just after the Civil War, when senators were still selected by state legislatures rather than by popular election. Edward Brooke, the Massachusetts Republican who was the first African-American to be popularly elected to the US Senate, died Saturday, Jan 3, at age 95.

Edward Brooke, Liberal Republican and 1st Black Popularly
Edward Brooke, liberal Republican and 1st black popularly elected to US Senate, dies.

Edward W. Brooke, first African American elected to the U.S. Senate, dies at 95 – The …
Brooke, who in 1966 became the first African American popularly elected to the US Senate and who influenced major anti-poverty laws before his bright political career unraveled over allegations of financial impropriety regarding private loans, died Jan 3 at his home in Coral Gables, Fla.

Edward Brooke – Biography – U.S. Representative – Biography.com
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BROOKE, Edward William, III – Biographical Information
Biography of a Senator. Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1972. BROOKE, Edward William, III, (1919 – ). 1967-1979 Party: Republican. BROOKE, Edward William, III, a Senator from Massachusetts.

Biography Page for Edward W. Brooke, III – Informedia Digital …
Abstract. Former US Senator, Edward Brooke details his childhood in Washington D.C. He remembers the pervasive segregation in all aspects of life.

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Hiram Revels of Mississippi became the first African American senator in … The first African American elected to the Senate by popular vote, Edward Brooke of …

Edward Brooke – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The black vote had, Time wrote, “no measurable bearing” on the election as less than 3% of the state’s population was black, and Peabody also supported civil rights for blacks. … By his second year in the Senate, Brooke had taken his place as a leading advocate against discrimination in …