Ernest G. Green

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Ernest G. Green is "currently managing director of public finance for Lehman Brothers in Washington, D.C., Ernest Green has handled such key Lehman clients as the city and state of New York, the city of Atlanta, the state of Connecticut, and the Washington Metropolitan Airport Authority. Green's career also spans labor concerns, beginning in New York City in the late 1960s when he worked with Bayard Rustin in founding the Recruitment and Training Program, a project to help integrate apprenticeship programs in the building trades. He subsequently served as assistant secretary of labor for employment and training in the Carter Administration. The courage and drama of his 1957 struggle to integrate Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, as part of the "Little Rock Nine" was captured by the PBS documentary, "The Ernest Green Story."


External links

  • "Biography", Albert Shanker Institute, Accessed November 2006.

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