Maxie Cleveland Robinson, Jr. commonly known as "Max Robinson" was a broadcast journalist and co-anchor af ABC News World News. He was the first African-American journalist/news anchor in the United States. He is the son of Maxie and Doris Robinson. He is a graduate of Oberlin College. He is the recipient of six journalism awards and two regional Emmy awards.
Max Robinson's Personal Life
Moving on to his personal life, he was married thrice. His first marriage with Eleanor Booker lasted only for five years and with her he had raised three children: two sons Mark and Michael and a daughter Maureen.
His second marriage with Hazel O'Leary was annulled and his third marriage with Beverly Hamilton lasted for almost ten years and with his third wife he has a son. He was often rumored of being a bisexual but he denied of being so. He died of AIDS at the age of 49.
Max Robinson's Wiki-Bio
Max Cleveland Robinson Jr. was born on 1st May 1939 to Maxie, a teacherand Doris Robinson.
He is the first African-American broadcast network news anchor in the U.S. Also, he was the founder of the National Association of Black Journalists.