Civil Rights in Columbia

August 3, 2013 7:56 PM

Pioneering Charlotte civil rights attorney Julius Chambers dies

Pioneering civil rights lawyer Julius Chambers – a crusader for equality whose landmark cases led to integrating Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools – died late Friday after months of declining health.

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