From NKAA, Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (main entry)

Williams, Aubrey

(born: 1945) 

Aubrey Willliams was a member of the Kentucky General Assembly from 1978-1985, the elected Representative of the 42nd District (Jefferson County). He has also served as president of the NAACP.

Williams is an attorney, a graduate of the University of Louisville Law School. He also attended Case Western Reserve University; Sue Bennett College [closed in 1997], where he earned his A.A.; and Pikeville College (now the University of Pikeville, where he earned his B.S. He also served as a judge with the Jefferson County 3rd Magisterial District.

For more contact the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission and see Who's Who in American Law, 1st-3rd editions; and Who's Who Among Black Americans, 2nd & 3rd editions. Hear an interview with Aubrey Williams on the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History website (12/13/2013).

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