How the 1st Black to have a General Motors franchise ‘sold cars from a briefcase’ because of racism

How the 1st Black to have a General Motors franchise ‘sold cars from a briefcase’ because of racism
Albert W. Johnson’s father was a doctor who wanted him to follow in his footsteps. But when Johnson started work as a hospital administrator, he ended up selling cars in St. Louis where he was born. He became a top car salesman but had to sell cars door to door because as an African American,...

hayti ads

Install the app today!

Get in touch with us

Reach out to the Hayti team about
collaborating or working together.

CONTACT info@hayti.com