Hosea Williams was a civil rights leader, who was born in Attupalgus, Georgia in 1926. He was a project director for the (SCLC) Southern Christian Leadership Conference. For seven years. Hosea attended Morris brown college in Atlanta. After graduation, he went on to work briefly as a high school teacher and a chemist. With (USDA) U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Then he went on to be a project director in 1963. In 1963. Williams led anti-segregation denotation in Georgia and Florida. He was also one of the organizers for the civil rights stating that integration is not the goal, but black power is the goal. He meant that is not violence but self-respect and dignity. In 1974 Hosea was elected to the legislator in Georgia.
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