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Maxine Smith, Executive Secretary of the Memphis NAACP, 1982

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In this interview with Maxine Smith, Executive Secretary of the Memphis NAACP from 1962 to 1965 and the first African American person on the Memphis Board of Education, she discusses the role of women's groups in the Civil Rights movement and what ought to be done to bolster economic growth in African American communities.
Smith, MaxineFaist, Thomas
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