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February 22, 2017

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February 22, 2017

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May 4, 2013
Maxine Smith was our "Moses of Memphis." She understood that freedom was worth fighting for and gave her time, resources, and voice to the cause. We must never allow our children to forget what Maxine Smith meant to our city and nation.
May 4, 2013
Mrs. Maxine Smith, you were Memphis, you will truely missed...fly, fly high
May 3, 2013
TO THE SMITH FAMILY. MEMPHIS WILL NEVER GET A MAXINE SMITH NEVER . REST IN PEACE WE LOVE YOU BUT GOD LOVE YOU BEST
May 3, 2013
A legend, a leader, a teacher, a fighter. Maxine Smith was a bold friend to many and a mentor to most. Our two families share fond memories. Both civil rights and education in Tennessee were enhanced and advanced under her leadership. We will forever honor her in our hearts.
Glenda Baskin Glover
President, Tennessee State University
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