Ashton Bryan Jones (1896–1979) was an American Quaker minister active from the 1930s to 1970s as an advocate of Civil Rights for African Americans in the United States. Though White and from the deeply segregated state of Georgia, Jones was arrested dozens of times throughout the American South for preaching equality between all people. He was a close associate of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
- The Epic of Ashton Jones Ebony Magazine, October 1965
- King's Journey Took Him to Southern California on Several Occasions Monrovia Patch, January 17, 2011
- “No Income Tax For War!” archived at Horowitz Transaction Publishers Archive
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