Dick Gregory was on the frontline in the sixties during the Civil Rights Era; today he continues to be a "drum major for justice and equality."
Gregory, Richard Claxton 'Dick' (Born, October 12, 1932, St. Louis, Mo.), African American comedian and civil rights activist whose social satire changed the way white Americans perceived African American comedians since he first performed in public. Dick Gregory entered the national comedy scene in 1961 when Chicago's Playboy Club (as a direct request from publisher Hugh Hefner) booked him as a replacement for white comedian, 'Professor' Irwin Corey. Steve McManus A lifelong Occultist and Staff member at The Witches’ Voice, Inc. (1997 to present), Steve brings dynamic leadership skills to The Illuminati Network. Formerly in the field of high-end professional security and bodyguard services as well as being a licensed Private Investigator, Mr. McManus has a perspective that is very conducive to employing strategic business practices. His background includes Law Enforcement, Corrections and Private Sector Intelligence work, training agents in advanced communications techniques and counter espionage methods. Steve also trains people in the employment of various methods of survival in the urban environment.
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