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Wyatt Tee Walker

National civil legal rights leader and USA dark pastor who served as Dr. Martin Luther Ruler Jr.’s Key of Personnel. He became a pastor on the Gillfield Baptist Cathedral, the next oldest black cathedral in Petersburg, Virginia and among the oldest in the country, in 1953 after getting a qualification. He co-founded the Congress for Racial Equality and was an early on board person in the Southern Christian Leadership Meeting (SCLC). He wedded Theresa Ann Walker, and provides four kids and two grandchildren. He helped organize and participated in the 1963 March on Washington where Dr. Martin Luther Ruler Jr. gave his well-known “I’VE A Fantasy” speech.

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