Duncan M. Gray Jr.

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Duncan Montgomery Gray Jr. (September 21, 1926 – July 15, 2016), was the 7th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi, a middle judicatory of the Episcopal Church, USA, based in the capital city of Jackson, Mississippi. As a priest in the southern United States, Gray was best known for his work as a civil rights activist; his story was included in the University of Southern Mississippi's Civil Rights Digital Archive.[1][2]

Gray's father, Duncan M. Gray, Sr., and his son, Duncan M. Gray, III, are respectively the fifth and ninth Bishops of the Diocese of Mississippi.

He is the subject of a book by Will D. Campbell, And Also With You: Duncan Gray and the American Dilemma.

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