The Rev. Gardner Taylor, who died April 5, addressed about 900 people at a protest over police brutality in 1963. Taylor, a charismatic and spontaneous speaker, was closely aligned with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
The Rev. Gardner Taylor, who died April 5, addressed about 900 people at a protest over police brutality in 1963. Taylor, a charismatic and spontaneous speaker, was closely aligned with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. The Associated Press file photo
The Rev. Gardner Taylor, who died April 5, addressed about 900 people at a protest over police brutality in 1963. Taylor, a charismatic and spontaneous speaker, was closely aligned with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. The Associated Press file photo

Gardner C. Taylor, dean of black preachers, dies at 96

April 10, 2015 07:00 AM

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