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US clergyman and black activist   ordained Pentecostal minister 1964   youth director of Operation Breadbasket 1969-1971   founder and president of National Youth Movement 1971-1986   founder and president of National Action Network, Inc. 1991–   candidate for Democratic nomination to Senate from New York 1992, 1994   co-wrote autobiography "Go and Tell Pharaoh" ..

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1852 – Born on April 11th in Montazels. Catholic clergyman. 1874 – He entered the seminary in Carcasonne. 1879 – He was ordained as a priest in June.          – He was a vicar in Alet. 1882 – Was a priest in the deanery of Clat. 1885 – He was a teacher in the ..

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1870 – Born on the 22nd of October in Berthier-en-Bas, Que., Canada.          – Joseph Camille Roy  critic and literary historian, noted as an authority on the development of French Canadian literature. 1894 – Ordained a Roman Catholic priest, Roy received a doctorate from Laval University in Quebec that same year          – ..

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1733 – He was born on the 13th day of March this year at Fieldhead, and lived in the parish of Birstall, six miles from Leeds, in the northern English county of Yorkshire. He learned a variety of languages, both classical and modern, including several Semitic languages.   1751 – He entered Daventry, a school ..

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1898 – Born on May 31st in Bowersville, Ohio. 1920-1924 – Received his B.A. at Ohio Wesleyan University and his M.A. degree in  Social Ethics from Boston University. 1930 – Married to Loretta Ruth Stafford Peale. 1932 – He was converted to Christianity. 1937 – Co-founded Religio-Psychiatric Clinic (renamed American Foundation for Religion and Psychiatry). ..

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