C.L. Dellums' statue stands in front of the Amtrak Station in Jack London Square. Dellums, a porter for the Pullman Company, is best known for helping found The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters in the the 1920s. It was the first labor organization led by African-Americans to receive a charter in the American Federation of Labor (AFL). Dellums was its vice president and its second president and was a leader in the civil rights movement. He was also president of the local NAACP for many years. Having moved from the South early in life, he lived in Oakland and died here in 1989. He is also the uncle of Ron Dellums, our former long-time congressman and recent mayor. Visit ABC Wednesday for more "D" post.