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[[4 images]] Kwame (Stokely Carmicheal) led a demonstration of African people Revolutionary Part in Capitol. Adonica Renee Viron of Borise State College was crowned Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Queen for 1981. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra O'Connor chats with Dolores Pegram Wilson, chair of the Women Lawyers Division of the National Bar Association at a Washington reception honoring the justice. The NBA Women Lawyers Division was one of several women lawyers' groups sponsoring the affair. Ms. Wilson, was an attorney with the New Jersey Department of Public Advocate, Division of Rate Counsel in Newark. And testified in behalf of Justice O'Connor during the Senate hearings on her confirmation. DR. KING CEREMONY–Women's Bureau Director Lenora Cole-Alexander, center, reviews the program honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with Bettejane Lumpkin, president, Local 12, AFGE, and Frank A. Yeager, director of the Labor Department's Directorate of Personnel Management. 470
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