|Born||September 5, 1951|
|Died||March 11, 2014 (aged 62)|
|Alma mater||Yale Divinity School|
David Yeagley (September 5, 1951 – March 11, 2014) was a Comanche, classical composer, conservative political writer and activist. He was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He earned a bachelor's degree from Oberlin Conservatory, a Master of Arts from Emory University, an Artist Diploma from the University of Hartford (Hartt School of Music), and a Doctorate from the University of Arizona. He was the first American Indian ever admitted to Yale Divinity School, where he earned a Master of Divinity degree.
In 2011, Yeagley filed a lawsuit against the organization One People's Project for participating in actions that allegedly led to the cancellation of an American Renaissance conference in 2010 where he was scheduled to speak.
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