Raymond M. Brown Quoted in New Jersey Law Journal Article Regarding Juneteenth
Raymond M. Brown, partner at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden, was quoted in New Jersey State Bar Association Report in the New Jersey Law Journal, “Juneteenth, a chance to commemorate and educate.” The article discusses the recent CLE webinar presented by the NJSBA Minorities in the Profession Section on the significance of Juneteenth and how the legal profession can help in the continued effort to battle injustice against African Americans.
Brown said Juneteenth could be viewed as a way of thinking about events in terms of struggle, which continues today with efforts to overturn some states’ efforts to restrict voting rights or refusal to teach about racism and slavery.
“There is a battle in America over whether our narrative should be excluded by those who fear us, and those who hate us and those who have disdain for us; over whether our narrative is part of the core,” he said.
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