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  1. Korean War: One of the 'Non-Repatriated 23' who didn't return to the US after the end of the Korean War. Most ended up returning to the US; a maximum of 7 are still alive
  2. Teacher, Civil Rights Activist, Writer. Books - The Legacy of a Freedom School and To Be Young Was Very Heaven: Women in New York Before the First World War
  3. American activist (1938-2009) in the Civil Rights Movement. Organizer of Students for Integration, a CORE Soul Force Member, a Freedom Rider, and one of the Americus Four who faced a death penalty for helping citizens legally vote
  4. Former chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in the 1960s, & served a short term as the Minister of Justice for the Black Panther Party.Famous quote, 'violence is as American as cherry pie', Currently serving a life sentence
  5. Canadian Peace Activist
  6. Pussy Riot Member/Political Activist
  7. American veteran (1910-2007), served in the Spanish Civil War's Lincoln Brigade (seriously wounded in March 1937), and the US Army in WWII
  8. Polish Senator and Secretary of State, born 1950. Daughter of WWII Polish Forces hero Gen. W?adys?aw Anders and his wife, the entertainer Irena Renata Anders,
  9. Canadian Political Activist. Member of the Order of Canada
  10. Pianist,Composer
  11. Canadian civil rights leader. He was active in the nascent civil rights era in Canada, beginning with his arrival in 1947
  12. Founder of Wiki Leaks
  13. 60's revolutionary member of The Weathermen
  14. Folk Singer/Songwriter - Woodstock Diamonds & Rust, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (The Band cover), There But For Fortune (Phil Ochs cover), Farewell Angelina, Joe Hill, Love Is Just a Four-Letter Word, We Shall Overcome (gospel). Activist
  15. President, Communication Workers of America
  16. Jack Baker  (4)
    Gay activist; husband of Michael McConnell; in Minnesota 1971 they became the first same-sex couple to marry in the US
  17. Nigerian environmentalist activist and poet, elected chair of Friends of the Earth International, Executive Director of Environmental Rights Action
  18. 24 year old student at Wagner Lutheran College when he was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi for his participation in a Freedom Ride. As part of the Freedom Ride, Bassford and six others took a bus from New Orleans to Jackson, Mississippi where they were a
  19. Korean War: One of the 'Non-Repatriated 23' who didn't return to the US after the end of the Korean War. Most ended up returning to the US; a maximum of 7 are still alive
  20. Korean War: One of the 'Non-Repatriated 23' who didn't return to the US after the end of the Korean War. Most ended up returning to the US; a maximum of 7 are still alive
  21. Grammy award-winning violinist & UN Goodwill Ambassador. Style is a fusion of classical, Hip-Hop, soul & dance. Collaborated with Kanye West, Jay Z, Alicia Keys, Britney Spears, Maroon 5, Patti Labelle, Janet Jackson, and John Legend
  22. Anti war activist niece of Danial Berrigan
  23. Former chair lady, US Commission on Civil Rights
  24. American Model - Miss America 1951. Accomplished Opera Singer, Political Activist, And Lecturer; her refusal to pose in a swimsuit inspired the pageant's sponsor to create the rival Miss USA pageant
  25. Civil rights leader
  26. Tuskegee Airmen, flew the b-25, b-29, b-52, b-24, b-50, b-17, b-47
  27. writer social activist
  28. 'Courageous Eight' member who registered black voters in Selma in the 50s-60s. All others are verified passed, but can't find much information on Mr. Blackmon. Possibly/plausibly deceased
  29. Episcopal priest who was special assistant for religious affairs to D.C. mayors Marion Barry and Sharon Pratt Kelly. Blaxton wrote articles for publications and spoke at conferences on a variety of subjects
  30. President Texas NAACP/ties enabled him to make substantial changes, which include his handling of racial discrimination complaints against the Austin DPS that dismantled racial barriers that prevented minorities from becoming Texas Rangers
  31. German politican
  32. Activist, Writer. Born 1918; Was the first lady of Costa Rica during President Jose Figueres Ferrer first term. After divorcing him she moved back to the United States. Is the subject of the documentary Married to the Revolution,
  33. Danish Resistance Fighter. Born 03/08/1912. Lives in Charlottenlund
  34. Nobel prize winner 1970 for developement against world hunger. Born: 03/25/1914
  35. Dutch Male Former Politician Member Of The House of Representatives Of The Netherlands (1998-2000, And 2002-2007). Deputy Prime Minister Of The Netherlands (2007-2010)
  36. Activist. Member of the Weather Underground. Now a professor at Columbia School of Social Work
  37. California political activist
  38. Martin Boyce  (2)
    Gay rights activist, veteran of the Stonewall uprising in 1969
  39. WWII American Air Force - Tuskegee Airmen (Class 45G)
  40. One of the founders of Blue Lives Matter ( police lives matter)
  41. Tutored by Medgar Evers, Samuel Williams, J. Pious Barbour, & Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as one of the 8 students in the only class Dr. King taught in his lifetime at Morehouse College/Known for activism, intellectual discipline, & oratory
  42. American Female Civil Rights Activist - President Of The 'Brown Foundation For Educational Equity, Excellence and Research', And Owner Of 'Brown & Associates, Educational Consulting Firm
  43. One of the last living suffragette marchers, and a woman voter in the 1920 election. (1896-2003)
  44. Whale Researcher
  45. Civil rights activist; Little Rock Nine member
  46. German politician
  47. Edward Bernard Peter Buck, known as Ed Buck, is an American political activist and donor to the Democratic Party.
  48. Freedom Rider
  49. American activist. Member of the Communist Party USA. Born 1915
  50. Civil Rights activist, wounded on 'Bloody Sunday' of the Selma march in 1965. In 1968, Martin Luther King hid overnight at her house in Greensboro after a speech two weeks before his assassination, as the KKK searched the area for him
  51. 'Tuskegee Airmen'
  52. Worked for richard nixon. handled tape recording system/Head of the FAA & ex-Haldeman aide, Butterfield disclosed existence of a tape-recording device in the Oval Office. The disclosure, made in July 1973 during the Senate Watergate Committee hearings
  53. Civil Rights activist. As a girl participated in the student protests that led to the Davis v. School Board of Prince Edward County case that became one of the 5 historic Brown v. Board of Education cases
  54. Conservative Radio Talk Show Host; Former CEO of Godfather's Pizza; Formed Exploratory Committee for President 2012
  55. activist against milltary anti-gay policy
  56. educator
  57. women activist
  58. American Born African Activist
  59. Jimmy Carter's grandson arranged video release of Mitt Romney's statement of 47% remarks into hidden camera that may aided effected outcome of 2012 United States Presidential Elections
  60. Doctor, Writer Torture Survivor and Activist
  61. Member of the Socialist Youth of Catalonia (PSUC) during the Spanish Civil War. She is also the only survivor of the concentration camp Nazi Ravensbrück. Born: 1915. Age: 101
  62. Self proclaimed,world-renowned expert on marijuana cultivation
  63. Activist
  64. Lebanese Politican. Current president of the Liberal Party in Lebanon
  65. South African activist. The film Catch A Fire was based on his struggle against apartheid
  66. Political activist, aka Based Stickman
  67. 29 year old story analyst at 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures when he was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi for his participation in a Freedom Ride. He took a bus from Montgomery, Alabama to Jackson, Mississippi where he was arrested, at the Trailwa
  68. {1927-1993} A Mexican-American, he became thr best known civil rights activists. He founded the United Farm Workers Union
  69. Zimbabwe politician (Zanu PU party) widow of politician Herbert Chitepo
  70. 1960's activist, who had a special relationship with Eldridge Cleaver
  71. (b. 10 September 1917) was a Jamaican solicitor and magistrate who throughout her career broke many barriers for women. For her contributions, she was honored as a member of the Order of the British Empire and Jamaica's Order of Distinction
  72. African Americans' rights activist, Pioneer of the African American civil rights movement; Nine months before Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of the bus, 15-year-old Colvin refused a bus driver?s orders to relinquish her seat and was arrested
  73. Former presidential candidate
  74. Jon Cooper  (3)
    Chairman of The DemCoalition
  75. Gay rights figure. Participant of the 1969 Stonewall Inn rebellion
  76. nobel peace laureate 1976
  77. Korean War: One of the 'Non-Repatriated 23' who didn't return to the US after the end of the Korean War. Most ended up returning to the US; a maximum of 7 are still alive
  78. established scouting for all
  79. Governement
  80. Peace activist
  81. American journalist and essayist. Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle prize for criticism and nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Received the Lillian Smith Book Award from the Southern Regional Council as well as more honors
  82. Cuban government official after Castro's revolution. Became a CIA asset. Was arrested for attempting to assasinate Fidel Castro. When released moved to Spain, where he became a doctor
  83. Peace Activist one of the Milwaukee 14
  84. nobel peace laureat 2000
  85. (born 9 July 1917), a Polish orphan from the town of Otwock, was awarded the title of Righteous among the Nations by Yad Vashem in 1998, for saving the lives of Polish Jews during the Holocaust
  86. 60's political activist educator
  87. One of the famous'Chicago 7' war protesters
  88. Israeli activist and fashion designer. Ex wife of Moshe Dayan
  89. Tuskegee Airmen
  90. Founder of Blue Lives Matter
  91. American billionaire, businesswoman, philanthropist, & education activist from Michigan. Secretary of Education in Donald Trump's Administration
  92. Anti Vietnam war activist in the 1960's was on the FBI's 10 most wanted list 1970 Member of the Weather Underground-attorney-wife of Bill Ayers
  93. American former civil rights activist. She was president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter in Spokane, having resigned when it was revealed that she was Caucasian, not African-American
  94. Talk Show Host, Political Activist, Husband of Actress Marlo Thomas
  95. North Korean defector living in South Korea, the only person known to have successfully escaped from a 'total-control zone' grade internment camp in North Korea
  96. Actress Ashley Judd recited a poem by a Franklin teen Saturday at the Women's March on Washington./Nina wrote the poem 'Nasty Woman'
  97. (born 10 April 1918) is an Indian activist and journalist. He turned 100 in April 2018
  98. Alfred Dregger (December 10, 1920 - June 29, 2002) was a German politician of the Cdu. He was mayor of Fulda from 1956 to 1970 and chairman of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group from 1982 to 1991
  99. Canadian feminist & peace activist.Born: 10/31/1908
  100. Co-Founder Of The DemCoalittion, has been featured on MSNBC
  101. Civil right activist; Little Rock Nine member
  102. Buffalo Soldiers of WW2 'Age 90'
  103. Filmmaker, founder of a music label, motivational speaker, philanthropist and author. Ziman works as a writer, producer and director and is known internationally for her work on behalf of saving abandoned children
  104. Centenarian, one of the last women alive to vote in the open election of 1920. Also saw the Wright Brothers in a flight demo on her honeymoon in 1915 at the San Francisco Pan Pacific Expo. (1896-2002)
  105. Nigerian women's rights activist
  106. Military Analyst. Policical Activist. Released the top secret Pentagon Papers to the New York Times. Born: 1931
  107. American journalist, author, and pundit on national security, terrorism, and Islamic extremism. Executive Director of The Investigative Project on Terrorism
  108. Democratic activist. Was the oldest attendee at the 2016 DNC Born 1914
  109. Agriculture minister, fishes and feeding (Ministra de Agricultura ,Pesca y Alimentación) from Spain (2002- )
  110. Civil Rights Activist & Author, widow of slain Civil Rights Activist Medger Evers
  111. Gay activist and science fiction author
  112. Civil rights activist
  113. Holocaust Survivor/Public Speaker
  114. BAMN and ANTIFA sctivist
  115. Staff Assistant to President John F Kennedy: Dan H. Fenn Jr. Gave a 'Ted talk' in January 2018 on differences between JFK's White House and the one of today
  116. Civil rights activist (b. 1930), one of the last living organizers of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Named recording secretary of the boycott's MIA group, to Martin Luther King's presidency of the group. Pastor of one of the churches bombed during the boycot
  117. Wrote a diary during the siege of Sarajevo- Often Called 'The Anne Frank Of Sarajevo'(Author Zlata's Diary)- well known peace and human rights activist
  118. 1960's Activist.. Was one of 'The Weatherman'. (S.D.S)
  119. Co-founder of the Center for Labor Renewal, columnist and long-time activist. Served as President of TransAfrica Forum and was formerly the Education Director and later Assistant to the President of the AFL-CIO
  120. Don Foley  (2)
    Gay Activist
  121. Peace Activist and Author wrote several books including Praying with Icons and Ladder of the Beatitudes
  122. Born 26 July 1910 is a Breton nationalist. His name in French was Jean-Adolphe Fouéré. He is the father of the actress Olwen Fouéré. He was born in Aignan, département Gers, France.He was
  123. One of the 'Chicago 7' war protesters..1968
  124. Psychologist, Psychotherapist & political activist. She ran for NY Lt Governor, NY Governor, US President and Vice President under either the New Alliance Party of Independence Party of New York
  125. Author and political activist; co-wrote An American Family with husband Michael Galluccio
  126. Author and political activist; co-wrote An American Family with his husband Jon Galluccio
  127. Seán Garland  (2)
    Member of the original Irish Republican Army before it changed to the Workers Party, which he became president of in 2000
  128. American counterculture Hippie icon best known for his presence in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco in the 1960s and for co-founding 'The Farm', a famous spiritual intentional community in Summertown, Tennessee
  129. American (1910-2009), served in the Lincoln Brigade of the Spanish Civil War. Held as a POW from Jan 1938 to April 1939 in Spain. Had joined the Young Communist League in the early 1930s after a student trip to the Soviet Union
  130. Political Activist, critical of radical Islam
  131. Former East German politician, Head of state of East Germany from Dec. 1989-Apr. 1990
  132. Child involved with the 1950's Briggs v. Elliott case incorporated as part of the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education Decision. His mother was the last living adult defendant when she died.
  133. Centenarian, probably the last living woman to have marched in a suffragette parade and one of the last early Girl Scouts (in 1914). Voted in the first open election of 1920, plus later became a charter member, and President of the Republican National Wom
  134. David Gilbert  (2)
    1960's Radical. Activist, was member of 'The Weatherman,' group
  135. 1960's Political activist. 'The Weatherman,' group
  136. (born 24 September 1917), is a physician, professor and politician in Durham Region. He served as an Ontario New Democratic Party Member of Provincial Parliament for two years in the Ontario legislature
  137. Florida High School Student & Activist for Gun Control/Former Marjory Stoneman Douglas student, quickly become one of the country?s most visible gun violence prevention activists at just 18 years old
  138. Bruce Gordon  (2)
    Former president of the NAACP
  139. Participated in the 1963 Selma civil rights campaign as a 16 year old boy, including the 'Bloody Sunday' march
  140. Tom Grace  (2)
    Survivor of the 1970 Kent State shootings. Shot in the ankle during the attack on students, he rode in the ambulance alongside one of the victims killed, Sandy Sheuer, as she was pronounced dead
  141. Reverend to Rosa Park's Church; Secretary of the MIA aka Montgomery Improvement Association that helped support the boycott, appeared at meetings led by MLK
  142. Whistleblower
  143. Lady whose parents were killed in a Luby's Cafeteria in Killeen, Texas resturant and that faced a congressional hearing on Gun control
  144. White student who sued the Univ. of Michagan,for denying her admittance. Affirmative Action supporter and worker for
  145. Fred Gray  (2)
    Civil rights lawyer, preacher (born 1930). Defended Rosa Parks, Claudette Colvin, and the MIA during the Montgomery bus boycott. Worked with Martin Luther King and defended him in court. Named National Bar Association president in 1985
  146. Newspaper editor, politician and reformer. Encouraged readers to "Go West"
  147. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  148. Stephen Green  (2)
    21 year old student at Middlebury College in Vermont when he was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi for his participation in a Freedom Ride from Nashville, Tennessee to Jackson, Mississippi on June 10, 1961
  149. American journalist associated with Edward Snowden (NSA leaks)
  150. Civil Rights Activist/Former Black Panther, While with them, was involved in a bank robbery & served 12 years in prison. /As teenager Griffin was outside of Hotel Texas to greet the Kennedy's when they arrived in Fort Worth on November 21
  151. Activist, Attempted POW rescues in conjunction with the Vietnam War POW/MIA issue
  152. Government
  153. Argentine-Cuban pediatrician, Che Guevara's daughter
  154. Icelandic labour leader. Father of singer Bjork
  155. German Resistance Fighter/Born:1/18/1907
  156. Original founder of the SDS movement(Students for a Democratic Society) 1962
  157. American businessman, political aide and author, born 1928. RFK assistant during the 1960 JFK campaign, and first Associate Director of the Peace Corps. Later an executive for the DeLorean car and pharmaceutical companies
  158. Aka..Granny D Political ActivistSubject of the HBO Program 'Run Granny Run' about her run for US Senator position at age 94. Born: 01/24/1910
  159. Assassin. Took part in the killing of Malcolm X. Lives in New York
  160. former Austrian political leader of FPO, now a member of BZO and governor of Carinthia
  161. American-born Israeli author/journalist. Has been active in Middle East reconciliation efforts. Chairman of Open House, an Arab-Jewish educational project in the working class town of Ramle. Featured in the 1984 documentary film Kaddish
  162. Third party US Presidential candidate 1992 for the Socialist Equality Party
  163. German politican for FDP born in 1921
  164. African American WWII veteran. A Montford Marine, served in Guam in 1944
  165. German Politican for SPD born in 1942
  166. Wife of FBI Agent Russian Spy Robert Hanssen, movie Breach
  167. Bill Harris  (2)
    Bill/Emily Harris arrested.. Did their prison time, and now are free. (Patricia Hearst kidnapping)
  168. David Harris  (9)
    Journalist/author. Known chiefly for anti-war activist during Vietnam War. Notably as leading opponent of Draft. 1967 Harris found organization called the Resistance, which persuaded men of draft age to refuse to cooperate with Selective Service System
  169. Tuskegee Airmen
  170. Canadian clergyman. Since 1977, he has served as Senior Pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto, a vibrant, inclusive & progressive church openly affirming for LGBT parishioners, & is one of Canada's leading gay rights activists
  171. Korean War: One of the 'Non-Repatriated 23' who didn't return to the US after the end of the Korean War. Most ended up returning to the US; a maximum of 7 are still alive
  172. Member of the 'Clinton 12', where a dozen students became the first to integrate a school in the South in the fall of 1956
  173. One of the 'Chicago7' war protesters from 1968
  174. Environmental activist and proponent of solar power. He rose to prominence in 1970 as the coordinator for the first Earth Day
  175. Newsmaker. Actress - Cry-Baby, Serial Mom, Pecker, Bio-dome
  176. Battle Zone Combat Rescue Pilot that fought for women's rights to fight in combat/Running for Senator for Texas
  177. Uprising of 1953 in East Germany (on June 17, 1954) Witness to the revolt because he is one of two figures caught in an archive photo of young men hurling stones against the Soviet tanks
  178. Plaintiff in the landmark case Heller vs District of Columbia, the first Supreme Court case to decide whether the 2nd Amendment protects an individual's right to keep and bear arms for self-defense
  179. Grand Master of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Michigan
  180. Transgender activist, author, and veteran of the United States Navy. She is the creator of the Transgender Pride Flag
  181. Gay Rights activist, present at the Stonewall rebellion in 1969. A founder, director of the Stonewall Veterans Association
  182. Susan N. HermanPresident ACLU
  183. Dutch politician
  184. JFK - American attorney, activist, and leader in the Mexican American civil rights movement; met and introduced President John F. Kennedy at a speaking engagement before a LULAC assembly on November 21, 1963 In Houston
  185. American photojournalist, born 1927. Covered the Korean War, presidents, Krushchev, sports, NASA, and more. Named one of AP's Top 10 Civil Rights photographers. Took iconic photos of Rosa Parks' and Martin Luther King's arrests
  186. French diplomat, former ambassador, and French resistance fighter and BCRA agent. He participated in the drafting of 'the Universal Declaration of Human Rights' of 1948 ; born in 1917
  187. Tuskegee Airmen 'LA Chapter'
  188. Tuskegee Airmen 'LA Chapter' B-25 Pilot with 477th Medium Bomber Group!
  189. Public Activist for Enviromental & People's Causes
  190. One of the 'Chicago7' war protesters. 1968
  191. Activist
  192. German politician
  193. 22 year old Morehouse College student,later a SNCC voter registration worker in the mid-1960s. Freedom Rider from Montgomery, Alabama to Jackson, Mississippi as part of a May 24, 1961 Freedom Ride. He was arrested the following day in Jackson for his invo
  194. The designer and creater of the1960's 'peace sign,' symbol
  195. Rape victim who became an activist. She changed New Hampshire law.
  196. Hooks, a lawyer, minister and pioneering judge who revived a flagging NAACP after he became its executive director in the late 1970s
  197. Political Commentator. Political Strategist. Frequent contributor to Fox News's O'Reilly Factor. Great-granddaughter of former President Herbert Hoover
  198. Author and former driver/trainer who grew up in the harness racing industry. Official for the NBC Golf Channel's AM Tour in Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Spoken on Capitol Hill on representing the harness racing industry on equine welfare
  199. Civil Rights activist, part of the Selma marches, including the infamous 'Bloody Sunday' of 1965
  200. Women's and Civil Rights Leader
  201. One if the freedom riders, on the bus
  202. Founder of Blue Lives Matter
  203. director of core civil rights activist
  204. president n.o.w.
  205. Civil Rights Activist
  206. Reverand, Civil Rights Leader, founder of 'Rainbow Push Coalition', author and lecturer
  207. 1960's Political activist. Member of the, 'The Weatherman' group
  208. Politics/Activist
  209. Former professor know for his Pan-African Afrocentrist views
  210. One of two women awarded the Order of the Cross of the Eagle
  211. Presidential advisor, pastor, theologian, author, activist, speaker and academic who served as the United States Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom from April 2011 to October 2013
  212. Politician & leader of the Civil Rights movement. 1st African American elected to Senate & 1st southern black female elected to the US House of Representatives. Received Presidential Medal of Freedom
  213. Highly respected parasitologist, veteran of the Polish Armia Krajowa during World War II, poet, fisherman, translator and scientific administrator
  214. Author and political activist; created Kwanzaa in 1967
  215. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  216. Teenager see in iconic 1967 anti-war photo by Marc Riboud, clasping a flower and gazing at bayonet-wielding soldiers. Photo was in Dec 1969 edition of Look magazine under title 'The Ultimate Confrontation: The Flower and the Bayonet.'
  217. Supercentenarian (1893-2005). One of the last living women voters of the 1920 election. Also witnessed a flight demonstration by the Wright Brothers in Indiana as a young woman
  218. Long Irish Republican Party activist. Age 104.
  219. Activist. Wife of Judge John W. Keefe
  220. Rights Activist
  221. Politician, member of Sinn Féin
  222. Political Activist, Son of Senator Edward 'Ted' Kennedy
  223. Political activist, born 1954
  224. Hal King  (2)
    Tuskegee Airmen
  225. Canadian lawyer, former president of the International Criminal Court
  226. Writer and Nazi Hunter
  227. German politician
  228. Freedom Rider
  229. NASA scientist and leader in the design of several robotic deep-space planetary missions.He is also an author, game developer, lecturer,photographer and environmentalist
  230. Russian female cosmonaut who was the third woman to travel to space and the first to make a long-duration spaceflight.She is now a member of the Russian parliament
  231. One of the survivors of the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, August 6, 1945. He now promotes world peace
  232. American anti-war activist, United States Marine Corp veteran and writer who was paralyzed in the Vietnam War. Author of the memoir Born on the Fourth of July
  233. Puerto Rican political analyst, former husband of Governor Sila Maria Calderon, married her from 1978 to 2001
  234. Canadian author, journalist, political activist and real estate developer
  235. political and social activist
  236. Civil rights figure, Montgomery bus boycott. Her mother was a lifelong childhood friend of Rosa Parks, and Lacey as a young woman worked as an assistant to the MIA, led by Martin Luther King to organize the bus boycott after Parks' arrest
  237. Former Ralph Nader running mate
  238. Worked for Ronald Reagan, best known for the Laffer Curve
  239. German 1968 student leader
  240. Television journalist, anchor, & author/Became friends with Muhammad Ali & F. Lee Bailey, & considered Martin Luther King, Jr. to be a personal mentor/Roomed with Mahalia Jackson/wrote Anne and Emmett/1st black 'weathergirl' for WBBM-TV
  241. Army captain helped plan invasion of Normandy
  242. James Lawson  (2)
    United Methodist pastor and civil rights activist
  243. Puerto Rican nationalist took part in the assault on the US House of Representatives in 1954
  244. American political activist, the editor of Tikkun, a progressive Jewish interfaith magazine based in Berkeley, California, and the rabbi of Beyt Tikkun Synagogue in Berkeley
  245. Kent State student shot in the stomach and leg during the 1970 shooting, the closest to the line of fire of all the students hit
  246. Secretary General/co-founder of the Council of Women World Leaders, which is composed 72 of women presidents, prime ministers, and heads of government. International, award-winning speaker/author re leadership, diversity, women in politics
  247. Spanish minister of justice (2004-2007)
  248. Puerto Rican independence fighter, jailed in the United States, pardoned by President Barack Obama
  249. Member of Greenpeace who the Drew Barrymore character was modeled after on the movie Big Miracle
  250. Tuskegee Airmen 'LA Chapter'
  251. Civil Rights Leader
  252. Gay activist. She and the late Del Martin were the first gay people to be married in California
  253. African activist. Nobel Peace Prize (2004)
  254. American psychiatrist, parapsychologist, writer, & professor at Harvard Medical School. He was a Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer, a leading researcher and writer on alien abduction experiences
  255. An activist and the national co-chair for the Women's March. She is an advocate of gun control, feminism and the Black Lives Matter movement.
  256. A lobbyist and political consultant. He was an adviser to the presidential campaigns of Republicans Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bob Dole, and was a national chairman of the presidential campaign of Donald Trump
  257. Vice Presidential candidate under the New American Independent Party in Colorado
  258. Civil rights activist, born 1925. After her children had been jailed during schoolkid civil rights protests, she felt the need to stand with them. She participated in the Selma march of 1965. She was one of the marchers tear gassed on 'Bloody Sunday', aft
  259. Civil Rights Activist during the Selma campaign. Was jailed as a tenth grader after student protests, and later tear gassed with his family during the Bloody Sunday March in 1965
  260. Peace Activist was one of the Milwaukee 14
  261. Actor and activist; son of actor Morgan Mason and singer Belinda Carlisle; grandson of actor James Mason
  262. Holocaust Survivor portrayed in film 'Memoirs of Holocaust' Writing Teacher!
  263. Former PM of Poland
  264. Centenarian (1899-2008). One of the last women alive who voted in 1920, a 1918 Flu survivor, and the oldest Olympic torch bearer on the road to Salt Lake City in 2002
  265. Gay activist; husband of Jack Baker; in Minnesota 1971 they became the first same-sex couple to marry in the US
  266. 'Tuskegee Airmen' (both Maintenance Chief & Pilot)
  267. Former member of the Black Panther Party, who was found guilty of murder of New York Panther Alex Rackley in 1970 and released in the 1980's
  268. 1960s civil rights activist/organized a boycott against a chain of stores (OK Supermarkets) that was exploiting and disrespecting the community where it relied on its profits
  269. Member of the 'Clinton 12', where a dozen students became the first to integrate a school in the South in the fall of 1956
  270. Nobel Peace Prize winner of 1992
  271. Civil rights leader
  272. former NAACP president
  273. Harvey Milk  (2)
    Gay rights activist; murdered in 1978; his life was the basis for the movie 'Milk'
  274. (6 July 1874-23 Feb. 1970), Democratic partyactivist and feminist
  275. Alcatraz Inmate/Political activist, member Puerto Rican Nationalist Party/advocate Puerto Rican independence. 3/11/54, Rafael with fellow Nationalists entered US Capitol building armed with auto-pistols, fired 30 shots. 5 congressmen hit, all survived
  276. Author, political strategist, civil rights activist and public affairs adviser; best known for his work in anti-war and gay rights advocacy
  277. President of the Generalitat de Catalunya. Spain (28 November 2006 - 27 December 2010)
  278. Documentary Filmmaker, author, labor/consumer advocate - Roger & Me, the big one, Bowling For Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11
  279. Polish Activist. Born: 11/13/1904
  280. Canadian physician and prominent pro choice advocate who has fought numerous legal battles for that cause
  281. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  282. White student civil rights activist, born 1941. Sit-ins and Freedom Rider, jailed. Raised in the deep south by a racist family whose ideas she had to fight against
  283. Centenarian (1899-2009). One of the last living women to vote in the 1920 election. Teacher, and reading advocate throughout her life. Died 3 days before her 110th birthday
  284. Bishop Abel Muzorewa, 85, the first black prime minister of an interim white-dominated government before Zimbabwe's independence
  285. Pioneer Civil Rights Movement/1960 chairperson of student sit-in movement in Nashville?the first southern city to desegregate its lunch counters/arrested for civil rights activities culminated in imprisoned 30 days in 1961 while pregnant
  286. Singer and political and cultural activist for world peace
  287. German climate activist - Fridays for Future
  288. German journalist, found of 'Gruenhelme e.V.'. Famous for saving thousands of vietnames at cape anamur in 1979
  289. JFK - Retired Judge O'Brien met Kennedy first during his campaign in 1960, and repeatedly therafter, and later was appointed U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Iowa by JFK
  290. Running for United States Senate 2010, social advocate from Delaware
  291. From 1975 to 1983, O'Neill served as Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  292. Plaintiff in landmark US Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges, which established the recognized same sex marriage
  293. On June 26, 2018, Ocasio-Cortez won the Democratic primary in New York's 14th congressional district, defeating the incumbent, DCC Chair Joseph Crowley, in what has been described as the biggest upset victory in the 2018 midterm election season
  294. American activist, born Nathanial Burns in 1944. Joined Malcolm X's OAAU in 1965, then the Black Panthers, and later the Black Liberation Army. One of the 'Panther 21' accused by the feds of various violent acts. Caught in 1981, imprisoned until 2014
  295. Holocaust Survivor portrayed in film 'Memoirs of Holocaust'
  296. German Unesco Charity-Lady
  297. Unitarian Minister who was attacked with Rev. James Reeb in 1965 during the Selma March campaign. Reeb died and became a martyr to the cause
  298. Former Hacker. Helped hacking team Lizard Squad with the hack that took PlayStation offline
  299. American (1915-2008), served in the Spanish Civil War's Lincoln Brigade. Had joined the Communist party in the 1930s, later hassled by the FBI and HUAC. Left the party when he saw Stalin's actions. Worked also in the civil rights movement
  300. (born 30 January 1918) is a Croatian historian, archivist and orientalist from Herzegovina. He entered the Franciscan Order in 1935 and was ordained for a priest in 1941
  301. Foreign policy adviser served President Trump's 2016 president campaign. 10/05/17, Pled guilty making false statements to FBI agents about contacts with Russia in 2016 relating to U.S.-Russia relations & emails stolen from Clinton campaign
  302. mother of the civil rights movement
  303. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  304. Freedom Rider
  305. Romanian politician, president of the Christian Democratic National Peasant's Party
  306. Conservative Activist
  307. Peace Activist. Associated with the Chicago 8
  308. Nobel peace lauteate 1980
  309. Freedom Rider
  310. Women's Rights Activist
  311. American Tea Party activist, communications consultant, national spokesperson for the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign
  312. Supercentenarian,one of the last woman voters of the first open election of 1920. (1893-2004)
  313. Member of Bundestag - Chief of Staff of the German Chancellery and a Federal Minister for Special Affairs
  314. American poet, essayist and critic. Her writing focuses on political & social issues from a left-leaning perspective, including abortion, racism, welfare reform, feminism, & poverty. She writes the 'Subject to Debate' column for The Nation
  315. Director of the CIA, US House Representaive for Kansas, US Army (retired), Tea Party activist
  316. Holocaust Survivor portrayed in film 'Memoirs of Holocaust'
  317. June 15, 1919 - January 23, 2011 Texas lawyer for more than fifty years. She was the first female prosecutor in Dallas County, Texas. She spearheaded a coalition to establish the Marital Property Act of 1967, and the Texas Family Code
  318. Nobel peace laureate 1996
  319. Civil Rights Activist (1889-1979). Founder of Pullman Car Porter union, 1925. Led push to have FDR and Truman end military discrimination and segregation. Official head of the 1963 March on Washington. Presidential Medal of Freedom, 1964
  320. Author/Editor at Confronting Terror: 9/11 and the Future of American National Security
  321. Civil Rights activist, born 1922. led the Cambridge Movement. One of the few women honored at the 1963 March on Washington, tho the mike was taken from her as she started to speak, due to efforts to keep women in the background at the time
  322. Tuskegee Airmen
  323. Civil Rights activist, born 1943. Worked with SNCC, the Selma march, and the Black Panthers. In Mississippi after James Meredith was shot, he coined the term 'Black Power!' which his friend Stokely Carmichael then helped popularized
  324. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  325. Puerto Rican politician, born 1932. Fifth Governor of Puerto Rico (1977-85)
  326. Activist daughter of British Aristocrat Jessica Mitford, Mother of James Forman Jr
  327. Great Grandson of President FDR
  328. Bloodline/Great Grandson of president FDR
  329. 26th US President, statesman, writer, explorer, 1858-1919
  330. Educator, social worker, activist and member of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party. Born November 5, 1907
  331. Centenarian (1900-2003). One of the last living women to vote in the 1920 election, and one of the last to have visited the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair
  332. Dennis Ross  (2)
    American diplomat, speaker and author. Served as the Director of Policy Planning in the State Department under President George H. W. Bush and the special Middle East coordinator under President Bill Clinton
  333. Holocaust Survivor portrayed in film 'Memoirs of Holocaust'
  334. Is a centenarian and an African-American civil rights activist, ordained minister, and attorney
  335. 1960's Political activist. 'The Weatherman,' group
  336. Vice Presidential Candidate running for the Christian Freedom Party 2008
  337. Indian Activist
  338. Pussy Riot Member/Political Activist
  339. Ex leader of the National Union Of Mineworkers
  340. Centenarian (1896-2004). One of the last woman voters of the 1920 election, and campaigners for the right to vote beforehand. A WWII Goldstar mother, and a competitive ballroom dancer into her 100's who appeared with Jay Leno on the Tonight Show
  341. women's activist
  342. Fox News Political pundit, head of the American Conservative Union, husband of Mercedes Schlapp (White House Director Of Communications)
  343. Steve Schmidt  (3)
    Republican campaign Strategist. Worked on John McCain's 2008 Presidential Campaign. Played by Woody Harrelson in the film Game Change
  344. German politician
  345. Polish Social Worker Saved Jewish Children during Holocaust
  346. Israli politician and writer
  347. Reverend, Civil Rights Activist, Former Presidential Candidate
  348. Iraq War/George Bush protester, peace activist
  349. African Americans' rights activist, Former civil rights activist
  350. (born July 3, 1918) is a lawyer whose work as a housing activist and advocate has spanned over seven decades. Siegel was the first head of New York State?s Civil Rights Bureau and served as New York State?s solicitor general
  351. Writer/Actvist
  352. Anti-crime activist, founder and CEO of the Guardian Angels
  353. Freedom Rider
  354. women's activist
  355. Mother of Sean Smith who was killed in Benghazi
  356. Pacifist, wrote to Yuri Andropov
  357. Former CIA intelligence officer
  358. Professor, Author/ 'On Tyranny'
  359. U.S. Army veteran, who was captured by the Nazis in 1944, after bombing a Nazi bunker
  360. HRC leader; gay rights activist
  361. Canadian libertarian and conservative activist, political commentator and writer for The Rebel Media, a Canadian online media company
  362. Political activist and pediatrician
  363. Physician, Politician. 2016 Green Party Canidate for president
  364. Social Activist,Feminist Author,American Journalist,Founded Ms.Magazine,Playboy October 1984
  365. Born: 1937. Activist and long-time campaigner for civil rights for the British African-Caribbean community in Bristol, England. His campaigns were instrumental in paving the way for the first Race Relations Act, in 1965. He lives in the UK
  366. Lawyer, Libertarian political activist. Patron of the Stonewall Inn, participant in the Stonewall Rebellion of 1969
  367. Crusader For Disabled Rights,First Disabled Woman To Pose For Playboy July 1987/January 1989
  368. Political consultant, lobbyist, and strategist, born 1952.Began in the Nixon administration, and became a major adviser to Donald Trump
  369. Kennedy campaign volunteer shot in the assassination of Robert Kennedy by Shirhan Sirhan in 1968
  370. Austrian and Canadian businessman and politician. Founder of the Austrian political party Team Stronach
  371. Politician, Comedian, and Presidential Canidate
  372. Tuskegee Airmen, '99th', 'Bronze Star', 'Mechanic'. April 1941-June 1946!
  373. Environmental sociologist and author. Research involves environmental history, justice, & policy, leisure and recreation, gender and development, urban affairs, race relations, collective action and social movements, etc
  374. Holocaust Survivor portrayed in film 'Memoirs of Holocaust'
  375. Holocaust Survivor portrayed in film 'Memoirs of Holocaust'
  376. Musician, Presidential Candidate ,Anti-Gay and Pro-Life Activist. Founded Operation Rescue. Got glitter bombed by Vermin Supreme during a debate
  377. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  378. Young swedish climate activist
  379. Mexican American activist
  380. Tuskegee Airmen/477th Bomber Group/'LA Chapter'
  381. As a girl, was one of the students connected to the Topeka, KS Brown v. Board of Education case. Her mother was the adult plaintiff on her behalf, along with several other Topeka area families. Her mother was also actively involved in organizing the case
  382. Pussy Riot member/Political Activist
  383. Daughter of Andre and Magda Trocme. Recognized as a 'Righteous Gentiles.'
  384. Civil rights figure. Father a plaintiff on her behalf in Delaware's Belton v. Gebhart case that was part of the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education lawsuit
  385. Former President of the US
  386. Former Secretary of Labor (1976-1977)
  387. Governement
  388. Political Consultant and a candidate to go to Mars
  389. French lawyer and politician who served as Minister, first president of the European Parlement, former member of the Constitutional Council of France, survivor from the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp
  390. German politician
  391. Civil rights leader
  392. Von Moltke was a member of the the Kreisau Circle, an anti-Nazi resistance group co-founded by her husband Helmuth, who was executed for treason in 1945. Born: 03/29/1911
  393. 1983 Nobel Peace Prize; Former President of Poland 1990-1995
  394. Edwin Walker  (3)
    11/10/1909-10/31/1993 US Army officer fought in WW2 & Korean. Known for ultra-conservative political views & criticized by Ike for promoting a personal political stand while in uniform/Lee Harvey Oswald attempted to kill him 4/10/1963
  395. Member of the Little Rock Nine; group of African-American students who enrolled in all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Awarded Congressional Gold Medal in 1999
  396. President of Nauru
  397. Original Organizer from Occupation of Alcatraz
  398. French survivor of Auschwitz and heroine of the French Resistance. She moved to Manchester, England
  399. 'Tuskegee Airmen' 'The Fighting 99th Squadron' the original Tuskegee group!
  400. Ruby Ridge, Idaho standoff against Federal Agents
  401. Israeli political scientist and politician; 1992-1996 speaker of the Knesset; 2001-2003 Israeli ambassador in Poland
  402. James West  (3)
  403. Korean War: One of the 'Non-Repatriated 23' who didn't return to the US after the end of the Korean War. Most ended up returning to the US; a maximum of 7 are still alive
  404. 1960's activist. 'The Weatherman,' group
  405. Leader of the, 'American Family Association,' and activist
  406. Graduate of Swarthmore College, retired teacher born 1945 author of Book 'Flying Too Close to the Sun' 1960's radical in USA injured along with Kathy Boudin in the 1970 Greenwich Village w 11 street NYC townhouse Explosion-currently resides in Brooklyn NY
  407. Roy Wilkins  (3)
    08/30/1901-09/08/1981 American Postage Stamp made from his image/Prominent civil rights activist from the 1930s-1970s. Wilkins' most notable role was his leadership of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  408. Member of the 'Clinton 12', where a dozen students became the first to integrate a school in the South in the fall of 1956
  409. Tuskegee Airmen
  410. Nobel peace laureate 1997
  411. 'B-25 Tuskegee Airmen' 'Class of 43-J'
  412. Ray Williams  (3)
    Australian politician, New South Wales minister for multiculturalism
  413. Peace Activist
  414. Supercentenarian (1898-2009). One of the last surviving woman voters of the 1920 open election
  415. Freedom Rider
  416. James Wilson  (7)
    Signer of the declation of independence/ the us constitution, appoint on the 1st supreme court by george washington, died in 1798
  417. Former US Diplomat involved with the Iraqi "Yellow Cake" uranium scandal. Married to Valerie Plame, who was outed as a CIA agent
  418. Activist
  419. Woman whose lawsuit, United States v. Windsor, caused the US Supreme Court to find Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) to be unconstitutional, thereby granting federal benefits to legally married gay couples; lesbian activist
  420. American jurist (1905 - 99). Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit during the 1950s and 1960s, deciding many landmark civil rights cases
  421. Nobel peace laureate 1996
  422. Uday Hussein's Body Double; Basis of movie 'The Devil's Double' based off his Book
  423. 1956 Vice Presidential Candidate with American 3rd Party
  424. U.S. Representative from Georgia (1973-77); U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1977-79); Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia (1982-90)
  425. Civil Rights Leader
  426. Pakistani school pupil and education activist, shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in 2012. Also the author of I am Malala
  427. One of two last surviving members of the White Rose movement in Nazi Germany during WW2. Lived in Stuttgart, Germany as of 2010