Just outside Atlanta, a group of African-American women are making history in Georgia’s court system. The city of South Fulton is home to the United States’ only court run entirely by African-American women. Chief Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers and her colleagues are intent on changing people’s perceptions of the legal system, beginning with their municipal court. By setting a precedent in South Fulton, they hope to stand as a model for what a court in a progressive city can look like.
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