Reverend Reginald Green

Reverend Reginald Green was a student preparing for the ministry at Virginia Union University. In 1961, he joined other Freedom Riders and took a bus down to a heavily segregated town in the south, Jackson, Mississippi. For his actions, Reginald Green and his fellow Freedom Riders were all arrested upon arrival. After that he served for more than 40 years as a pastor of Walker Memorial Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.