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Curry victorious in NAACP election

Branch holds its first contested vote in 10 years

Michael Curry, one of the candidates for the NAACP’s Boston branch presidency, spoke with Cheryl Crawford at Roxbury Community College. Michael Curry, one of the candidates for the NAACP’s Boston branch presidency, spoke with Cheryl Crawford at Roxbury Community College. (Matthew J. Lee/ Globe Staff)
By Meghan E. Irons
Globe Staff / November 30, 2010

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In its first contested presidential election in more than a decade, the Boston chapter of the NAACP chose a charismatic Brockton attorney over an older former statesman, in a move that could change the direction of the once powerful branch that has fallen into obscurity. (Full article: 867 words)

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