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Julian Bond, charismatic civil rights figure, dies at 75

Monday, August 17, 2015 0:35
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Julian Bond, charismatic civil rights figure, dies at 75 | 15 Aug 2015 | While still in his 20s, Julian Bond was already one of the most charismatic and best-known figures of the civil rights movement. Tall, strikingly handsome and a gifted orator, he won a Supreme Court challenge in 1966 to be seated in the Georgia state legislature, and he remained an outspoken voice against discrimination for more than 50 years as president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, chairman of the NAACP and a professor at American University and the University of Virginia. Mr. Bond died Aug. 15 at a hospital in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., at age 75.


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