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D'Army Bailey

D'Army Bailey

(1941 – 2015)

  • RIP D'Army.
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D'Army Bailey

D'Army Bailey
(1941 – 2015)

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D'Army Bailey

(1941 – 2015)
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About D'Army
This is an online tribute to D'Army Bailey who was a circuit court judge, civil rights activist, author and film actor. He also served as a city councilman in Berkeley, California.
D'Army Bailey was the founder of the National Civil Rights Museum at Memphis’s Lorraine Motel.
D'Army Bailey passed away on the 15th July 2015. May he rest in peace.
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D'Army Bailey

This is an online tribute to D'Army Bailey who was a circuit court judge, civil rights activist, author and film actor. He also served as a city councilman in Berkeley, California.
D'Army Bailey was the founder of the National Civil Rights Museum at Memphis’s Lorraine Motel.
D'Army Bailey passed away on the 15th July 2015. May he rest in peace.

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