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Julian Bond
January 14, 1940 Julian Bond born, Nashville, Tennessee
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June 15, 1965 Julian Bond defeats Malcolm Dean in the race for the Georgia House, 136th District.
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January 6, 1966 The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), of which Julian Bond was a member, issued an anti-war statement which advocated draft-dodging. Bond's signature appeared on the document.
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January 10, 1966 Georgia legislature refuses to seat Julian Bond because of his advocation of draft-dodging. Bond would have been the first black legislator in Georgia since Reconstruction
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December 5, 1966 U. S. Supreme Court reverses a lower court decision, ruling in Julian Bond's favor. Bond had been denied his seat in the Georgia House because he had encouraged draft dodging.
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August 28, 1968 Julian Bond is nominated for Vice-President at the Democratic National Convention.
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February 21, 1998 Julian Bond chosen NAACP chairman
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