At Museum Opening, Roberts Speaks of 'Shame and Hope' From Supreme Court on Civil Rights

, The National Law Journal

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Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. appeared Saturday in his role as chancellor of the Smithsonian Institution at the opening for the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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  • Bright Quang

    Dear Sir, According to this of Chief Justice John Roberts Jr was addressed the crowd, I will will show you to know about to my Statement evidence for my case on October 7, 2016 in first low court.

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