American civil rights activist
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Walter Francis White was a civil rights activist who led the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for a quarter of a century, 1929–1955, after joining the organization as an investigator in 1918. He directed a broad program of legal challenges to racial segregation and disfranchisement. He was also a journalist, novelist, and essayist. He graduated in 1916 from Atlanta University .
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