George R Ferguson
George Ferguson was active in Charlottesville's civil rights campaign during the 1950's.
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Ferguson was part of a campaign to integrate the University of Virginia and its medical center. At the time, African-American patients had to be treated in the hospital's basement.  He was also the legal redress chairman of the Charlottesville NAACP when the Supreme Court passed Brown v Board of Education.  He was elected president of the Charlottesville NAACP in 1955.  His daughter was assigned to Lane High School during desegregation. 
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