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Ed Kale, Now
Since then: Taught at the American colleges in Instanbul, Turkey, and Athens, Greece, for three years, then finished at Yale Divinity in 1965. Briefly led a church in Connecticut, then left to study at Durham University, in England, in 1966. Very active in the United States and England in the anti-war movement.

Served as the chaplain at Liverpool University in England and then at Mainz University in Germany. Returned to the United States in 1978 and taught at the University of Idaho. Served as the campus minister and taught at the University of Texas, Arlington, and the University of Minnesota, Duluth. Active in the anti-apartheid movement, in support of human rights in Central America, and against Star Wars.

Since 2004, has lived in La Pointe, Wisconsin, on Madeline Island in Lake Superior, where he runs a kayak rental business.
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FROM: Oprah Honors American Heroes: The Freedom Riders Reunite 50 Years Later
Published on May 04, 2011

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