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A Lil Positivity: San Francisco Superior Court Bench Elects First Female Black Presiding Judge

San Francisco Superior Court Bench Elects First Female Black Judge Can you believe the The San Francisco Superior Court Bench has FINALLY elected its first female African-American presiding judge?! According to ABC 7 News: Judge Teri L. Jackson, who
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