Chairman & Founder of The Wilmington Ten Foundation:
Wayne, originally from Wilmington, N.C. is a member of The Wilmington Ten. He attended the public schools of New Hanover County in Wilmington. Wayne attended Shaw University in Raleigh, N.C. where he studied Political Science. He later moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan where he currently resides. He became a journeyman electrician and a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
He is currently semi-retired, and has devoted his time to establishing a foundation that can assist others from experiencing what happened to him and nine other young people during the tumultuous times of the struggles of The Wilmington Ten.
Wayne is also an author. His memoir, Triumphant Warrior is near completion.
The Memoir of A Soul Survivor Of The Wilmington Ten, Wayne Moore shares his story from flames of racial hatred during a hard time of change and desegregation in Wilmington, North Carolina to years of wrongful imprisonment to a 40-year trek to pardon his name and his 9 co-defendants.
“Wayne Moore's vivid, firsthand account of the long yet triumphant struggle of the Wilmington Ten is inspirational for all who cry out for freedom. “Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Author and member of The Wilmington Ten
“It's not too late to right a wrong...North Carolina can turn this tragic history into a triumphant time of redemption and repentance.”Rev. William Barber, NC President of the NAACP
“This memoir is one of the most well written that I've seen. It should set the standard for future memoirs.”
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