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Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Civil Rights Activist, U.S. Representative, Pastor / 1908 - 1972
Adam Clayton Powell Jr. was a 20th century clergyman and U.S. representative who was a major force in establishing civil rights for African Americans.
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.
Andrew Young Jr.
Educator, Civil Rights Activist, Diplomat, Mayor, U.S. Representative, Pastor / 1932 -
Andrew Young Jr. was an activist for the Civil Rights Movement. He became a member of Congress, mayor of Atlanta and U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
Jeremiah A. Wright Jr.
Radio Talk Show Host, Evangelist, Minister, Pastor, Television Personality / 1933 - 2007
Jerry Falwell is a religious leader, political activist and television evangelist. He restarted The Moral Majority Coalition in 2004.
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profile name: Al Sharpton profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Political Leader, Pastor
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profile name: Adam Clayton Powell Jr. profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, U.S. Representative, Pastor
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profile name: Jerry Falwell profile occupation: Radio Talk Show Host, Evangelist, Minister, Pastor, Television Personality
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