Exhibit On Black Judges, Lawyers Opens In D.C.'s Thurgood Marshall Courthouse

March 1999
Jet;03/01/99, Vol. 95 Issue 13, p34
Announces the opening of an exhibit dedicated to contributions of Black lawyers and judges to America, entitled `Marching Toward Justice: The History of the 14th Amendment.' The opening of the exhibition at Washington D.C.'s Thurgood Marshall Courthouse, the only building named after a Black American in the nation's capital; The late Supreme Court judge Thurgood Marshall; Details of the opening ceremony.


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