A moment to savor in our long march to freedom

Triantafillou, Katherine
November 2001
Bay Windows;11/1/2001, pN.PAG
Applauds the judicial appointment of David A. Mills, a gay man, in the Court of Appeals in Massachusetts. Absence of media coverage for the event; Personality of Mills reflected in his acceptance speech; Possible benefit of his appointment to young gay lawyers.


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