March 19


Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr.

Clarence Mitchell Jr. and President Lyndon B. Johnson
Civil rights leader and the Chief lobbyist for the NAACP for almost thirty years, Clarence Mitchell, Jr. died on March 19, 1984 in Baltimore, Maryland at age 73. Mitchell was born March 8, 1911 in Baltimore, Maryland. His wife, Juanita Jackson Mitchell was the first African American female admitted to practice law in Maryland and he was the brother of former U.S. Congressman Parren Mitchell. Clarence Mitchell, Jr. was presented the "Presidential Medal Of Freedom" by President Jimmy Carter on June 9, 1980.

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