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August 08, 2013
Thank you Mr. Chambers for fighting for equality for everyone. You were one of the true soldiers during the Civil Rights Movement. R.I.P.
August 08, 2013
As a native Charlottean,I must say I am proud to have had Mr. Julius Chambers as one of the greatest leaders our city will ever have. Your niece Senetra and I graduated from the same high school, I graduated a year before her, but it was nice to know that I attended high school with the niece of such a prominent person. Thanks Mr. Chambers for all that you have done for us. We will truly miss you.
August 08, 2013
Thank you, for your guidance, dedication to higher education and to courageous fight for justice and civil rights.
August 08, 2013
Sorry for your loss, heavens gain. I'm glad to have met Mr.. Chambers
August 08, 2013
As a member of a group of students on fellowship studying at Columbia University in 1991, we came upon the offices of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund while returning from another destination. We walked in, fully expecting to express a word of thanks for the work that the organization does and to continue on our way. As it were, Atty. Chambers was in the office that morning and stopped what he was doing, spoke with us, inquired about our studies, and gave us parting words of wisdom. He did not have to do this, as I am sure there were many things going on at the time. This simple kindness and many others over a lifetime speak volumes. Thank you for a lifetime of service and the example that you have set for us all as we strive upwards and onwards.
August 08, 2013
I did not know Mr. Chambers but reading his obituary in the New York Times, I was struck by his years of steady work to overturn restrictions on civil rights. His life was of the best of us and I hope his family can take courage from his achievements. Our country is better because of his struggle to right wrong.
August 08, 2013
May god bless and be with the family at this time and sorrow- classmate 1958.
August 08, 2013
Thank you very much for you work on Justice in America USA.
August 08, 2013
Thanks so very much for all you have done for mankind. We are stronger for you having been here. Thank God I shared the earth in your time. Peace to your family.
August 08, 2013
I did not know Mr. Chambers, however I want to take the time to say Thank you for all you done to advocate for the underserved. You were truly a champion for the people.

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