Henry E. Frye, the first African-American on the North Carolina Supreme Court, became its first Chief Justice in 1999.
Henry E. Frye, the first African-American on the North Carolina Supreme Court, became its first Chief Justice in 1999. SHER STONEMAN Observer file photo
Henry E. Frye, the first African-American on the North Carolina Supreme Court, became its first Chief Justice in 1999. SHER STONEMAN Observer file photo

N.C. courts were once the domain of white males. No longer

September 10, 2017 02:22 PM

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