Former federal judge in Camden recalls days as a civil rights activist in Jim Crow South as ‘the right thing to do’
May 14, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Types : In the News
When civil rights activist James Meredith set off on his second march in the Jim Crow South more than 50 years ago, a young community activist who would later become a judge in South Jersey was right with him.
The experience would shape the career of Joel B. Rosen, spanning more than 30 years as a lawyer, a federal prosecutor, a deputy state attorney general, and a federal magistrate judge in Camden.
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