In First Black Women Judges, Retired Judge Angela Carol Robinson, highlights the lives, careers and accomplishments of Judges, Jane Matilda Bolin, Juanita Kidd Stout and Constance Baker Motley.
These three pioneering women judges opened the doors of opportunity for women lawyers and lawyers of color. They were each also life-long champions for social and legal justice.
Bolin, Stout and Motley overcame struggles, prejudice and roadblocks to make enduring contributions to the American legal system.
Read, First Black Women Judges, and find out what it was like to be a Black woman Judge, when there were only a handful of women in the legal profession; and discover facts about these true-life heroines, who inspired Robinson and many others to follow in their footsteps.
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