Fred Gray may not be as well known as other giants of the civil rights movement—names like John Lewis, Rosa Parks, and Martin Luther King, Jr.—but his legacy is no less vital. Considered one of the most important civil rights lawyers in the history of our country, King once called Gray the “chief counsel” of the protest movement.
Enjoy a lunch honoring Fred Gray for his significant contributions in desegregating schools and securing voting rights.
Presented by Mark Lanier and sponsored by Mullin, Hoard, & Brown, Underwood, Attorneys at Law; Vander-Plas LaFreniere; and Rhonda Rhodes, Attorney at Law, Denver, CO.
Individual Tickets: $25
Table of Eight with Premium Placement: $500