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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ulas Hayes (December 3, 1912, Zachary, Louisiana - March 7, 1990) was a minister and prominent civil rights leader from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Hayes was instrumental in organizing bus boycotts, student sit-ins, justice for equal education and health care. Hayes was born in Zachary, Louisiana to Bennie and Elizabeth Williams Hayes. He married Elizabeth Anderson of Deerford, Louisiana and had three children: Eddie Lee (Joyce) Hayes, Joyce Hayes (Robert) Carey and Donald Ray (Brenda Joyce) Hayes, Sr. Hayes was an active leader of the American Civil…mehr

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ulas Hayes (December 3, 1912, Zachary, Louisiana - March 7, 1990) was a minister and prominent civil rights leader from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Hayes was instrumental in organizing bus boycotts, student sit-ins, justice for equal education and health care. Hayes was born in Zachary, Louisiana to Bennie and Elizabeth Williams Hayes. He married Elizabeth Anderson of Deerford, Louisiana and had three children: Eddie Lee (Joyce) Hayes, Joyce Hayes (Robert) Carey and Donald Ray (Brenda Joyce) Hayes, Sr. Hayes was an active leader of the American Civil Rights Movement. He was a Political Activist and Baptist Minister and is regarded as one of Baton Rouge's greatest speakers. Dr. Hayes was most influential and well-known for Preaching, Teaching, Leading and assisting others according to the will of God.