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William Yancy Bell

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William Yancy Bell (or William Yancey Bell) (February 23, 1887 – April 10, 1962) received a Ph.D.[1] from Yale University in 1924 was a sometime follower of Marcus Garvey and became a Bishop of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in 1933(?)[2]

Dr. Bell was very active in civil rights issues as evidenced by his being a member of a Negro delegation to visit President Truman to get him to integrate the U.S. Armed Forces.[3] He worked with W.E.B. Dubois and ordained Martin Luther King, Jr. when he was 13 years old on January 17, 1942[3].

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  • Bell WY. THE MUTAWAKKILI OF AS-SUYUTI. New Haven: Yale University, 1924
  • Bardoplph R. The Negro Vanguard. New York: Rinehart & Co, Inc., 1959;
  • Burkett R.K. Black Redemption: Churchmen Speak for the Garvey Movement. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1978.

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