Upcoming Events & Programs

June 2019

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The American Judiciary: Matters and Morals

6 pm, June 26, 2019, The Beach Institute African-American Cultural Center

The honorable Tammy Stoke, Chief Judge of the Chatham County Recorder’s Court, will speak on the American Judiciary. One of the three constitutionally-created branches of government, the American Judiciary acts as a check to legislative and executive powers. Its verdicts and opinions significantly affect individual lives and influence American civic culture. The Honorable Judge Tammy Stokes presents selective topics from the Judicial Branch’s long history and offers a fascinating look at the complexities of American jurisprudence. Judge Stokes is Chatham County’s first African-American woman judge.

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