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Transcript of James Farmer
By: Abby Johnson
His father was a minister and the first African-American to earn his doctorate in Texas.
He skipped some
grades because he
was so smart.
James Farmer was born on January 12, 1920 in Marshall, Texas.
What he did
He led the Congress for Rational Equality which was one of the most prominent organizations of the Civil Rights era
His mother was a teacher
He was educated
at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas and
at Howard University
in Washington, D.C.
facts about death
He died of Diabetes mellitus.
He died on
July 9, 1999.
He died in