Wil T. Ussery describesthe Children’s Crusade to the Stillman College Choir from Tuscaloosa as they prepare to present A Musical Tribute to the Letter from a Birmingham Jail at New Liberation Presbyterian Church in San Francisco.
Draftsman was architect of civil rights, anti-colonial movements: recalls history April 30 for How to Do Equity
No one can connect the dots of the Black freedom struggle like Wilfred T. Ussery.
- Chairman of San Francisco Congress of Racial Equality in 1960
- Strategist with Rev. James Bevel of the Birmingham Children’s Crusade
- National Chair of the Congress of Racial Equality
- Co-Chair of the Mobilization Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa
- Executive Director of the Western Addition Community Action Committee