July 1962
Ebony;Jul1962, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p79
The article focuses on the increasing number of Black judges in the U.S. It reveals that there are 68 Black judges in courts as of 1962, which indicates that their number more than doubled in 10 years. It also mentions that highest ranking Black jurists are federal judges William H. Hastie and Thurgood Marshall. However, the number of Black judges is still a small percentage of the country's entire judiciary.


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