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Dr. Charles Smith, president of the NAACP's Augusta Branch, and his wife, Susie M. Smith, hold awards received during the NAACP Southeast Region Freedom Fund Banquet in Montgomery, Ala. Smith won the Medger Evers Award, named for the civil rights leader who was slain in Mississippi in 1963. The Augusta branch won the Southeast Region Political Action Award for its work in voter registration and other activities.   special
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Dr. Charles Smith, president of the NAACP's Augusta Branch, and his wife, Susie M. Smith, hold awards received during the NAACP Southeast Region Freedom Fund Banquet in Montgomery, Ala. Smith won the Medger Evers Award, named for the civil rights leader who was slain in Mississippi in 1963. The Augusta branch won the Southeast Region Political Action Award for its work in voter registration and other activities.

Dr. Charles Smith, president of the NAACP's Augusta Branch, and his wife, Susie M. Smith, hold awards received during the NAACP Southeast Region Freedom Fund Banquet in Montgomery, Ala. Smith won the Medger Evers Award, named for the civil rights leader who was slain in Mississippi in 1963. The Augusta branch won the Southeast Region Political Action Award for its work in voter registration and other activities.

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