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Name:    Perry, Ivory
Category:  African-American Experience, Human and Social Services, Politics and Government
Born/Started:    1930
Died/Ended:    1989
Description:    Ivory Perry was a civil rights organizer and activist in St. Louis. He came to St. Louis in 1954 and joined the Congress of Racial Equality. He then participated in efforts to open the Fox Theatre to blacks, to win fair employment at Laclede Gas and Jefferson Bank, and to stop the use of lead paint in housing.

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