Race Man

Race Man

Author: Horace Julian Bond
ISBN 0872867943
Race Man: Selected Works, 1960-2015 - An inspiring, historic collection of writings from one of America's most important civil rights leaders. Horace Julian Bond was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor and writer. In 1960, while attending Morehouse College in Atlanta, Bond was a founding member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, leading student protests against segregation. A founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, he served as its president in the 1970s while sitting in the Georgia House of Representatives. In 1968, Bond led a challenge delegation from Georgia to the Democratic National Congress, where he became the first African American and the youngest person to ever be nominated for Vice President of the United States, though he was ineligible due to his young age.
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Selected Works, 1960-2015 - An inspiring, historic collection of writings from one of America's most important civil rights leaders.
 
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