|At left, the Rev. Samuel McKinney: An early integration leader who came to support
many black-power goals.
Right, Gertrude Dupree: community pride and development activist;
|At left, Walter Hundley: director of the Central Area Motivation Program and Model Cities. Edwin Pratt: head of Seattle's Urban League.|
|At left, Tyree Scott: contractor who fought discrimination in the building trades through the United Construction Workers Association. At right, Sam Smith: five-term state legislator who was elected Seattle's first black city councilman in 1967.|