Wade Watts

Wade Watts (September 23, 1919 – December 13, 1998) was an African American gospel preacher and civil rights activist from Oklahoma. He served as the state president of the Oklahoma chapter of the NAACP for sixteen years,[1] challenging the Ku Klux Klan through Christian love doctrine. He worked with Thurgood Marshall and developed a friendship with Martin Luther King during the American civil rights movement, and has been cited as a mentor by the current leader of the NAACP in Oklahoma, Miller Newman, and his nephew, former congressman, J. C. Watts.

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Tidligere Ku Klux Klan leder J.L. Clary forteller om noen av sine møter med Wade Watts (klipp fra ABC) @ Youtube