Most municipal courts are run by white men, but in South Fulton Georgia, Chief Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers leads a team of all black women, including interim police chief Sheila Rogers, solicitor LaDawn “LBJ” Jones and administrator, Lakeisya Cofield. This city of 95,000 is the first American city where black women run the criminal justice system. Read More
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