Civilization, Integrity & Justice
U.S. Appeals Judge Frank M. Johnson, who earned a national reputation in the 1960's for his role in desegregating Alabama schools, spoke at Southern Methodist University’s School of Law.
People in this video
- C. Paul Rogers Acting Dean Southern Methodist University->Law School
Frank Johnson Jr. Judge U.S. Court of Appeals->Eleventh Circuit
- Southern Methodist UniversitySouthern Methodist University
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