African-American professor, legislator, and fighter for cultural justice. He offered in the U.S. Military during World Battle II and afterwards financed his education through the GI Costs, getting his Doctorate in Education in the University of Pa. He trained for over two decades in the training Section at North Carolina’s Winston-Salem Condition School, and he also offered on the NEW YORK General Set up. He and his twelve siblings was raised on a plantation in NEW YORK. He, like Rosa Parks, refused to stop his bus chair for the white traveler. He was imprisoned for his 1947 action and, after acquiring his case to courtroom, was honored $2,000 in problems by Atlantic Greyhound Bus Lines.