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Civil Rights Attorney Dies

Julius Chambers, 76, was a Charlotte, N.C., civil rights attorney who brought eight cases before the Supreme Court and won. He was the former president of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and in 1964, he opened North Carolina’s first integrated law firm. Chambers’ law firm, Ferguson Chambers & Sumter, issued a statement confirming his death but did not cite a cause.  (Photo: AP Photo)

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