Fred Gray

Fred Gray

A native of Montgomery, Alabama born in 1932, Fred Gray is an attorney who spent his career in the service of civil rights. He represented Rosa Parks after she refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery city bus, and became Martin Luther King Jr.’s first civil rights lawyer. His notable cases include Williams v. Wallace and Pollard v. United States of America.

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