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Pictured are (l-r) Judge Terrence Keith, president-elect of the Association of Black Judges of Michigan; Attorney Ronda Tate, WBA president; Savala Nolan, director of the Damon Keith Collection; Benjamin Crump, Trayvon Martin family attorney; Jocelyn Benson, Wayne State University Law School dean; and WSU Law Professor Peter Hammer, director of the Damon Keith Center

The Wolverine Bar Association and the Association of Black Judges of Michigan sponsored a program April 14 at the Damon J. Keith Center that featured Ben Crump, the attorney for the family of Trayvon Martin. The program was attended by local judges, attorneys, Wayne law students and members of the general public. Seventh- and eighth-grade boys from White Academy in Detroit were also invited to attend. Prior to the program, Crump toured the DJK Center.