Karen Wallace: Where are the Voices for African American Attorneys?

Karen Wallace asks "where are the voices of African American Attorneys?"

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2 responses to “Karen Wallace: Where are the Voices for African American Attorneys?

  1. As I looking for one myself I ask the same question. Is it that when the black african – american finish law school through many struggles, but with the help of their own black african-american, they then help other race (it’s ok to help other race), but when the black african-american is in need of help then let them ask those who they help (this if a fair comment right).

    Where is help of the black african- american minority help, especially in employment law.? who help the black african- american minority?

    Look at Dr. Elaine Ruth Jones I truly respect her. She turn down a job at the NY times to work for the NAACP ( a pay that was 1/3 less than the offer at the NY times). It’s not alway about riches & fame, publicity, or award. But in her own little way she was well reconized.

    comment by
    joan morris
    754-244-6355
    jmvdavids@gmail.com

  2. i am urgently seeking/begging the help for an attorney ( i ask the NAACP) AND OTHER PLACES.

    WHAT HAPPEN WHEN ,
    DISCRIMINATION / HARASSMENT SUFFRAGE on a young MINORITY, black -African-American young (lady)/ Woman: Woman RIGHTS ~
    (with no one to help / defend her under the law because she a minority not a celebrity/ famous civil rights leader or child of any civil rights leader.?

    “The first question which the priest and the Levite asked was: ‘If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?’ But…the good Samaritan reversed the question: ‘If I do not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?”
    As I looking for one myself I ask the same question. Is it that when the black african – american finish law school through many struggles, but with the help of their own black african-american, they then help other race (it’s ok to help other race), but when the black african-american is in need of help then let them ask those who they help (this if a fair comment right).

    Never, never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.

    Where is help of the black african- american minority help, especially in employment law.? who help the black african- american minority?

    WHAT HAPPEN WHEN,
    DISCRIMINATION / HARASSMENT SUFFRAGE on a young MINORITY, black -African-American young (lady)/ Woman: Woman RIGHTS ~
    (with no one to help / defend her under the law because she a minority not a celebrity/ famous civil rights leader or child of any civil rights leader.

    Look at Dr. Elaine Ruth Jones I truly respect her. She turn down a job at the NY times to work for the NAACP ( a pay that was 1/3 less than the offer at the NY times). It’s not alway about riches & fame, publicity, or award. But in her own little way she was well reconized.

    comment by
    joan morris
    754-244-6355
    jmvdavids@gmail.com

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