Famous People Named Ralph
Take a look at famous people named Ralph, such as Ralph Ellison, Ralph Alpher, and Ralph D Abernathy.
Ralph D. Abernathy
Civil Rights Activist, Pastor / 1926 - 1990
Ralph D. Abernathy was a Baptist minister who co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and was a close adviser to Martin Luther King Jr.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Environmental Activist, Anti-War Activist / 1934 -
Attorney Ralph Nader is an auto-safety reformer and consumer advocate. He’s run for president several times, having been both a Democrat and Green Party member.
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profile name: Ralph Lauren profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Fashion Designer
profile id: 9287153
profile name: Ralph Waldo Emerson profile occupation: Philosopher, Journalist, Poet
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profile name: Ralph Ellison profile occupation: Educator, Literary Critic, Academic Author, Author
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profile name: Ralph D. Abernathy profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Pastor
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profile name: Ralph Bunche profile occupation: Diplomat
profile id: 9419799
profile name: Ralph Nader profile occupation: Environmental Activist, Anti-War Activist
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