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Julian Bond
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    (January 14, 1940-August 15, 2015)
    Born in Nashville, Tennessee
    Chairman of the NAACP (1998-2010)
    Served in the Georgia state Senate (1975-87) and House of Representatives (1967-74)
    First president of the Southern Poverty Law Center
    He divorced his wife of 27 years, and mother to 5 of his children, after she accused him of abusing cocaine.
    He ran against John Lewis for a seat in the US House of Representatives and lost.
    He made several controversial comments about George W. Bush during Bush's presidency.
    He didn't attend friend Coretta Scott King's funeral because it was held in a church know for its anti-gay pastor and activism.
    He reportedly referred to Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice as 'tokens.'
    He helped found the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee during the civil rights movement.
    He was refused his seat in the Georgia state House because of his opposition to the Vietnam War.
    He attended Morehouse College, where he competed on the swimming team.
    He hosted a memorable episode of Saturday Night Live (1977).
    He was an outspoken advocate for gay rights.

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