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Wed August 7, 2013
Julius Chambers: A Remembrance And Legacy Of A Civil Rights Icon
Julius Chambers has been a fixture on North Carolina’s legal scene for decades, helping lead the battle for civil rights and playing an instrumental role in the desegregation of Charlotte/Mecklenburg schools.
He died last Friday at 76.
Host Frank Stasio talks about the legacy of Julius Chambers with Gene Nichol, director of UNC’s Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity.
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