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January 13, 2024 An Evening with Fred Gray

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January 13, 2024 – An Evening with Fred Gray

Join us for a captivating evening as Mark Lanier interviews Fred Gray, a renowned civil rights attorney, preacher, speaker, author, and former legislator. This event will take place at the Lanier Theological Library – Stone Chapel. Get ready to be inspired as Mr. Gray shares his experiences and insights into the fight for justice. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear firsthand accounts of his groundbreaking legal work. Come and be a part of this extraordinary event!

Fred D. Gray is a prominent American civil rights attorney known for his significant contributions to the Civil Rights Movement. He played a pivotal role in landmark cases, including representing Rosa Parks in the Montgomery Bus Boycott and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the Selma to Montgomery marches. As a trailblazer in the legal field, Gray has dedicated his career to fighting for racial justice and equality, leaving an indelible mark on the pursuit of civil rights in the United States.