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Subtle Struggle Toward the Dream #3 Is a Gift For the First African American President of the State Bar of Georgia
I was in the room when history was made. Patrise Perkins-Hooker was sworn in as the first African American President of the State Bar of Georgia at the 2014 Annual Bar Conference on Amelia Island, FL. Her acceptance speech was amazing … Continue reading
We are celebrating 50 years since the 1963 March on Washington. I try to keep the dream of equality under the law alive each day with my quilt series Subtle Struggle Toward the Dream.
I am 58 years old. I went to a segregated school for the first 6 years of my education, and I struggled in high school to believe that I, too, was beautiful. For me, there is no choice but President … Continue reading
I am a child of the Civil Rights movement. It is hard to believe that I am only 58 years old, and I attended segregated schools. I grew up in Crossett, Arkansas, and I did not go to school with … Continue reading
The first Monday in October has special significance for lawyers. It is the day the United States Supreme Court convenes each year after a summer recess. My quilt Subtle Struggle Toward the Dream #3 is part of a series of … Continue reading