Storyteller, educator, historian, community organizer, and a follower of Marcus Garvey, David Anderson will be celebrating his 90th Birthday on Tuesday, April 28. Growing up in Cincinnati, David Anderson was influenced by his parents and Marcus Garvey. He moved to Rochester, New York in 1956 and struggled against the structural racism that segregated the black population into crowded, overpriced, and substandard housing. In the late 1960s, he launched a crusade against lead poisoning which was a scourge afflicted African American children living in substandard housing. Currently, David uses storytelling to evoke the past and to empower people who struggle against racism.