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Civil rights activist Dick Gregory, who is known for his activism during the Civil Rights Movement and Vietnam War, has died at the age of 84.

Gregory died August 19, 2017,  a post on his Instagram made by his son states that the comedian and activist died in Washington D.C.

Gregory was taken to the hospital after feeling sick on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. He was evaluated, treated and then released. However, on Saturday, August 12, 2017, the 85-year-old showed little signs of improvement and was readmitted to the hospital.

At this time, the family now ask for, “privacy as they grieve during this very difficult time.”

(Photo Credit: Associated Press)

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8 thoughts on “Comedian and Civil Rights Activist Dick Gregory Has Died At The Age Of 84

  1. I love,Rick Gregory,humanity,has truly,loss a jewel,we must keep Mr. Gregory,words and deeds alive in the hearts,and minds of our children,for generations to come,my prayers go out to his family.

  2. Jehovah God said that a husband should take care of his wife and children or else his prayers would be hindered-1 Peter 3:7;Matt 19:6;Deut 6:4-9;1 Tim 3:4,5;1 Tim 5:8. Dick Gregory disobeyed Jehovah God so and Satan and the demons loved that he did to support their control over the political arena-Matt 4:8,9;Rev 13;1 Cor 5:19;Rev 12:9,12;2 Cor 4:4; Psalms 83:18;1 Sam 15:22 jw.org What Does the Bible Really Teach? chp 14

    • Brenda Ware on said:

      To Mr.Gregory,may the spirit of the one true God, continue to bless you and keep you in peace. There is much to say for roads well traveled, keep living, may the Lord breathe upon you.

  3. Dick Gregory was around back in the days of the Civil Rights Movement.

    I wonder what he thinks of all this mess that is happening in this country today
    and how sadly HISTORY has been repeated.

    I hope Mr. Gregory fully recovers from his illness. I look forward to seeing him
    and hearing his political opinions.

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