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Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929 – 1968) – SCLC co-founder / president / chairman, activist, author, speaker, inspiration
James Lawson (1928 –) – SCLC’s teacher of nonviolence in 1950’s civil rights movement, activist
Bernard Lafayette (1940 – ) – SCLC and SNCC activist and organizer
John Lewis (1940 –) – Nashville Student Movement, SNCC activist, organizer, speaker, politician
Sigmund Livingston (1872 – 1946) – Jewish rights activist, founder of the Anti-Defamation League
Joseph Lowery (1921 –) – SCLC leader and co-founder, activist
Clara Luper (1923 – 2011) – sit-in movement leader, activist
James Madison (1751 – 1836) – introduced and lobbied for the U.S. Bill of Rights
Nelson Mandela (1918 –) – South African statesman, leading figure in anti-apartheid movement
George Mason (1725 – 1792) – wrote Virginia Declaration of Rights, influenced U.S. Bill of Rights
Rigoberta Menchú (1959) – Guatemalan indigenous rights leader, co-founder Nobel Women’s Initiative
James Meredith (1933 –) – independent student leader and self–starting activist
Mamie Till Bradley Mobley – held open casket funeral for son, Emmett Till; speaker, activist
Charles Morgan, Jr. (1930 – 2009) – attorney, established principle of “one man, one vote”
Harvey Milk (1930 – 1978) – politician, gay rights activist
Bob Moses (1935 –) – leader, activist, and organizer in ’60s Mississippi Movement
Diane Nash (1938 –) – SNCC and SCLC official and activist, organizer
Edgar Nixon (1899 – 1987) – Montgomery Bus Boycott organizer, civil rights activist
James Orange (1942 – 2008) – SCLC activist and organizer, trade unionist
Emmeline Pankhurst (1858 -1928) – a founder and the leader of the British Suffragette Movement
Rosa Parks (1913 – 2005) – NAACP official, activist, Montgomery Bus Boycott inspiration
Alice Paul (1885 – 1977) – 1910’s Women’s Voting Rights Movements leader, strategist, and organizer
Thomas Paine (1737 – 1809) – English-American activist, author, theorist, wrote Rights of Man
Elizabeth Peratrovich (1911 – 1958) – Alaska activist for native people
A. Philip Randolph (1889 – 1979) – socialist, labor leader
Amelia Boynton Robinson (1911 –) – Selma Voting Rights Movement activist and early leadeer
Jo Ann Robinson (1912 – 1992) – Montgomery Bus Boycott activist.
Eleanor Roosevelt (1884 – 1962) – women’s rights and human rights activist in United States and in the United Nations
Bayard Rustin (1912 – 1987) – civil rights activist
Al Sharpton (1954 –) – clergyman, activist, media
Charles Sherrod – civil rights activist, SNCC leader
Judy Shepard (1952 –) – gay rights activist, public speaker
Kate Sheppard (1847 – 1934) – New Zealand suffragist in first country to have universal suffrage
Fred Shuttlesworth (1922 – 2011) – clergyman, activist, SCLC co-founder, initiated Birmingham Movement
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815 – 1902) – women’s suffrage/women’s rights leader
Gloria Steinem (1934 –) – writer, activist, feminist
Lucy Stone (1818 – 1893) – women’s suffrage/voting rights leader
Thich Quang Duc (1897 – 1963) – Vietnamese monk, freedom of religion self – martyr
Desmond Tutu (1931 – ) – South African anti-apartheid organizer, advocate, inspiration
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (1825 – 1895) – German writer, organizer, and the pioneer of the modern gay rights movement.
C.T. Vivian (1924 – ) – American student civil rights leader, SNCC activist
Wyatt Tee Walker – activist with NAACP, CORE, and SCLC
Ida B. Wells (1862 – 1931) – journalist, early activist in 20th Century Civil Rights Movement, women’s suffrage/voting rights activist
Walter Francis White (1895 – 1955) – NAACP executive secretary
Elie Wiesel – (1928 – Present) Jewish rights leader
Roy Wilkins – (1901 – 1981) NAACP executive secretary/executive director
Frances Willard (1839 – 1898) – women’s rights, suffrage/voting rights leader
Hosea Williams (1926 – 2000) – civil rights activist, SCLC organizer
Robert F. Williams (1925 – 1996) – organizer
Victoria Woodhull (1838 – 1927) – suffragette organizer, women’s rights leader
Malcolm X (1925 – 1965) – author, speaker, activist
Andrew Young (1932 –) – clergyman, SCLC activist and executive director
Whitney M. Young, Jr. (1921 – 1971) – Exec. Director National Urban League, advisor to U.S. Presidents
William Wilberforce (1759 – 1833) – leader of English abolition movement

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