From a family line of KKK members, Bob Zellner became one of the first white students to engage in the early civil rights movement. He organized sit-ins, rallies, investigations and speeches from Missouri to Massachusetts. Along his journey, Zellner was insulted, violently attacked, beaten unconscious, and arrested over 18 times. Yet even now in his 70’s, Bob stands fast for democracy, equality and justice.
One of the greatest Americans from the 20th century to remain unknown to most. Despite efforts by governments to hide his voice from history, he continued his efforts for justice and has earned a position . Like José Rizal, he is a multi-talented man who left a positive mark on countries around the world.