Clarence Henderson Bio, Wiki
Clarence Henderson is an American former U.S. Army soldier and civil rights activist. He is currently the president of the Frederick Douglass Foundation while also serving as the National Spokesperson for the Douglass Leadership Institute.
Henderson is a staunch Trump enthusiast who is set to take the stage as a speaker on August 26, 2020, at the Republican National Convention (RNC). However, he has always been sharply criticized for that stand.
Clarence Henderson Age
He was born in North Carolina, United States in 1944. Henderson is currently 76 years old.
Clarence Henderson Family
Henderson was born and raised in North Carolina by parents of African-American descent. However, not much else is known about his parents and siblings.
Clarence Henderson Wife
Despite Henderson being a popular public figure due to his endless involvement in the civil rights movements, little is known when it comes to his personal life. There is no mention of his married life and therefore, we cannot readily confirm whether he is married, single, or divorced.
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Henderson has been at the forefront when it comes to matters equality and equity of the human race regardless of color in the US. On the second day of a sit-in protest against segregation, Henderson joined fellow black students Joseph A. McNeil, Franklin E. McCain, and William Smith at the Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina. Talking about the incident, Henderson said:
In 1960, I participated in the sit-in at the Woolworth Diner in Greensboro. As a student attending North Carolina A&T University, I experienced the cruel, vicious reality of segregation first hand.
Clarence Henderson Trump
Henderson is a staunch supporter of Donald Trump. He first expressed his support for the President in 2016 during his first presidential run for office. Henderson is currently still in support of Trump for a second term. He has always been criticized by anti-Trump voters because g=he is deen=med to support a man who they see as against the struggle Henderson himself was involved in during his early years.
Clarence Henderson RNC | Republican National Convention
He is set to take the floor as a pro-trump speaker at the RNC on August 26, 2020. Previously when Henderson has talked on Trump he has said: “Donald Trump is certainly not a politician, and politicians are a dime a dozen, but leaders are priceless.” His stand has put him at loggerheads with those who deem Trump as racially insensitive. Others who will address the RNC on the same day as Henderson include: Sister Dede Byrne. and Burgess Owens.