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Letters

Feb. 12, 2024

The life and career of Lt. Gen. Benjamin Davis Sr. resonates with many

If every African American member of the California judiciary were surveyed, most of us would say that some significant and influential member of our families – often a parent or grandparent – served in the military during the 1940s through 1970s.

1st Appellate District, Division 4

Jon B. Streeter

Associate Justice,

I always enjoy and learn a great deal from Justice Eileen C. Moore's regular Daily Journal columns. Her Feb. 2 column, "Benjamin O. Davis Jr. defied racism and embodied unwavering dignity in his career," was especially good. It was also timely since February is African American History Month.

I suspect that if every African American member of the California judiciary were surveyed, many of us would say that some significant a...

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