Civil Rights Leader

Julian Bond – Cause of Death, Age, Date, and Facts

The civil rights leader Julian Bond passed away at age 75, this age of death has to be considered respectable. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Julian Bond and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Social activist, civil rights leader and a former Representative from Georgia who was the chairman for the NAACP from 1998 to 2010.

He attended Morehouse College and he helped found the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).

He narrated the PBS video Eyes on the Prize, a 14-hour documentary series about the African-American Civil Rights Movement.

How did Julian Bond die?

Julian Bond's death was caused by vascular disease.

In 1990 Bond married Pamela Sue Horowitz, a former SPLC staff attorney. Bond died from complications of vascular disease on August 15, 2015, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, at the age of 75.

Information about the death of Julian Bond
Cause of deathVascular Disease
Age of death75 years
ProfessionCivil Rights Leader
BirthdayJanuary 14, 1940
Death dateAugust 15, 2015
Place of deathFort Walton Beach, Florida, United States
Place of burialN/A

Quotes by Julian Bond

"I want to step up our voter-registration activities. Not every branch does it, and not all the time. I want them to go back and get out the vote because I want us to have a big impact on the Congressional elections this year."

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"Many are attracted to social service - the rewards are immediate, the gratification quick. But if we have social justice, we won't need social service."

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"Griffin Bell later apologized to me for that decision."

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"As skills and energy became more of a demand, people who didn't have skills just got left behind, got shuttled to the side. Education didn't keep up with their promise. Education didn't prepare them for this new world. Jobs went overseas."

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"As legal slavery passed, we entered into a permanent period of unemployment and underemployment from which we have yet to emerge."

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