Fred Carnage, a civil rights leader who in 1949 became the first black to be named to a local school board in North Carolina, died in 1988. He practiced law in Raleigh for 56 years.
Fred Carnage, a civil rights leader who in 1949 became the first black to be named to a local school board in North Carolina, died in 1988. He practiced law in Raleigh for 56 years. News & Observer File Photo
Fred Carnage, a civil rights leader who in 1949 became the first black to be named to a local school board in North Carolina, died in 1988. He practiced law in Raleigh for 56 years. News & Observer File Photo