America's Leading Black Philanthropists - Page 11 of 11
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America’s Leading Black Philanthropists

Ebony magazine Howard University 4,000,000 2003 Robert L. Johnson Founder, BET National Underground Railroad Freedom Center 3,000,000 2002-2004 Carl & Mary Ware Philanthropists Clark Atlanta University 1,500,000 2004 Dennis W. Archer Chairman, Dickinson Wright P.L.L.C. Wayne State University, Dennis W. Archer Community Development Fund, et al 1,217,665 2002-2004 Edward A. Blackmon Attorney, Blackmon & Blackmon Tougaloo College 1,149,300 2003 Eunice Walker Johnson Secretary-Treasurer, Producer- Director, Ebony Fashion Fair Talladega College 1,000,000 2003 Willie Gary Attorney, Gary, Willliams, Parenti, Finney, Lewis, McManus, Watson & Sperando Shaw University, Florida Atlantic University Foundation, Edward Waters College, Gertrude Walden Day Care, Virginia University Lynchburg, Alonzo Mourning Charities, et al 950,000 2002-2004 Bishop William A. Hilliard Retired bishop Livingstone College 500,000 2003 Calvin & Tina Tyler Jr. Philanthropists Morgan State University 500,000 2004 Eddie & Sylvia Brown Investment manager, Brown Capital Management Howard University, African American Museum of History & Culture 400,000 2003 Jalen Rose NBA player/Founder, Jalen Rose Foundation Detroit College Scholarships, Assist Donations, Celebrity Charity Weekend, Chicago Children’s Fund 261,200 2003 Jonas T. Kennedy Owner, Kennedy Turkey Farms Claflin University, Africa University 254,000 2003 Louise Tarver Jackson Former teacher, alumni Paine College 250,000 2003

SOURCE: B.E. RESEARCH 

 

 

 


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