Dorsey challenges Class of ‘10
“Have faith in God, have faith in yourself, and also have faith in your fellow man and you will succeed,” said Judge Earnestine H. Dorsey to graduating seniors during the 2010 Rosa Fort High School Commencement Ceremonies held at Battle Arena last Sunday, May 23.
Rosa Fort officials welcomed Tennessee’s second female African American judge and Memphis’s first (December 10, 1990) female African American City Judge as guest speaker, offering local students a glimpse of what can be achieved through dedication and the setting of fundamentally sound goals.
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