Famous People Who Died on August 6
Civil Rights Activist, Writer / 1796 - 1830
In 1829, African-American abolitionist David Walker wrote an incendiary pamphlet that argued for the end of slavery and discrimination in the United States.
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profile name: Diego Velázquez profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Fulgencio Batista profile occupation: Dictator, World Leader
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profile name: David Walker profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Writer
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