Definition of Brooke, Edward in English:

Brooke, Edward

Syllabification: Brooke, Edward
Pronunciation: /bro͝ok
 
/
( 1919-), US lawyer and politician; Edward William Brooke III. A Republican senator from Massachusetts 1967–79, he was the first African-American senator popularly elected to the US Senate. He was awarded the Spingarn Medal in 1967.

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