Born in Illinois, Hunter Morey was a civil rights worker and active member of SNCC, COFO, ACLU and the Child Development Group of Mississippi. After earning his B.A. from Princeton, Hunter dropped out of NYU Law to work in the south. He worked with SNCC in North Carolina, Greenville, MS. and in Jackson, MS from 1963-1966. He later moved to San Francisco, where he earned a MSW from S. F. State. Julian Bond appointed Hunter to the NAACP Committee on National Health. Hunter was the author of “Demystifying Homosexuality: A Teaching Guide” for the Human Rights Foundation, used in the San Francisco school system. Hunter died in 1999 in San Francisco.