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Black Jurists Hope for State Supreme Court Slots
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Black Jurists Hope for State Supreme Court Slots

Black Jurists Hope for State Supreme Court Slots
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African Americans number 24 out of 340 judges on state supreme courts nationwide. On Tuesday, the racial gap could close somewhat with the election of black judicial candidates for high courts in North Carolina and Mississippi. But their victories are far from assured — hear Charles Edwards of Georgia Public Radio.

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