King, Slater, 1927-1969


Civil rights activist Slater Hunter King was a successful real estate broker who focused his entrepreneurial skills on farsighted plans to help African Americans in Albany and Dougherty County achieve economic independence. Initially vice president of the Albany Movement, founded in 1961, King went on to assume the presidency after Americus-born osteopath William Anderson stepped down from the leadership role.

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