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Wallace "Gator" Bradley, Other activists Say Qualified Blacks Should Be Considered To Replace U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald
Justice Joy Cunningham and Other Qualified Blacks Should Be Considered To Replace U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald Ok lets get this next Black political empowerment discussion going, Wallace “Gator” Bradley of The United In Peace Organization, Mark Allen, Chairman of Black Wall Street Chicago, and others say that the upcoming vacancy being left by the outgoing... Read more »
Illinois Supreme Court Candidate, Appellate Court Justice Joy Cunningham Rated 9.0 For Industry Reputation
Joy Cunningham is a justice on the Illinois Appellate Court’s First District, Second Division in Cook County, just outside Chicago. Cunningham has only held a seat on the Appellate Court since December 2006, after a nine-year run as an associate judge on the lower Circuit Court. It’s interesting to note that Cunningham barely won her... Read more »
Justice Joy Cunningham's Sprint ToMake History As The First Black Female Elected To Illinois Supreme Court
www.probationchallenge.org Justice Joy Cunningham’s sprinting for Illinois Supreme Court seat Wants to be first black female Supreme Court Justice By Chinta Strausberg Illinois Appellate Court Justice Joy Cunningham has a vision—to be elected as the first black female Illinois Supreme Court justice since the state’s High Court was created in 1818 and her diversified experience... Read more »