The National Gallery of Art has one of the largest art collections in America. But how diverse are the artists?
The D.C. Superior Court is one of the busiest courts in the country: District residents pass through its doors to participate in criminal and civil court cases, get married, adopt children, serve on juries and much more.
What makes the Superior Court unique? And what’s it like to work there on a daily basis? We hear stories from a judge and a courts reporter.
Produced by Margaret Barthel
- Keith Alexander DC Crime and Court Reporter, The Washington Post
- The Honorable Gregory Mize Senior Judge, D.C. Superior Court; Co-Author, Tough Cases
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