Reeves, Frank D[aniel].

Biography: 

(1916–73), black lawyer; trial atty., associate fair practice examiner, FEPC
(Aug. 1943–Sept. 1945); assignments included preparation for hearings in Southwest on Latin American discrimination cases, during which his cautiously legalistic, individual-
complaint-focused approach was criticized by Castañeda, other FEPC staff members; legal research asst., natl. office, NAACP (1942); administrative asst., D.C. bureau, NAACP
(May–Sept.1942); prof., Howard U. Law School (Sept.1, 1942–); atty., D.C.; member, Natl.
Legal Committee, NAACP; consultant, D.C. bureau, NAACP; chair, D.C. branch, NAACP
Legal Redress Committee; assisted in many civil rights cases; White House staff, Kennedy
admin. Born in Montreal. BA, MA, Howard U.