Rev. Gilbert H. Caldwell, civil rights ‘foot soldier’ from Selma to Black Lives Matter, dies at 86 - The Boston Globe

Rev. Caldwell, who wrote about his activism for publications including the Globe and the Huffington Post, was 86 when he died of cancer Sept. 4 in New Brunswick, N.J. He had resided in New Jersey in recent years so that he and his wife, whose health is failing, could live near one of their sons.

As a Boston University School of Theology student in the late 1950s, he met the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. A few years later, he introduced King as a speaker at a Boston demonstration against school…

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