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Loida Lewis, the widow of Black financier Reginald F. Lewis, operates a college in the Philippines named for her late husband.
Reginald F. Lewis, renowned Black businessman, was born on Dec. 7. 1942.
The late business mogul was a leading figure in the corporate-takeover world and the first African-American to purchase a company for $1 billion.
Photography exhibition analyzes Black male identity and fashion. "Dandy Lion: Articulating a Re(de)fined Black Masculine Identity" explores urban swagger.
Moments and Movements : Reginald Lewis & Black Entrepreneurs.