August 1971
Ebony;Aug1971, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p82
The article presents information on the work and profile of African American Reverend William McKinley Branch. It mentions that Branch was an early organizer of National Democratic Party of Alabama and also served as the president of National Democratic Party in Tom Green County in Texas. Branch judges cases related to juvenile delinquency, land boundary disputes and contractual exchanges of property.


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