American Black Journal

Covenant House Michigan, Judge John A. Murphy retires

Season 50 Episode 50 | 24m 48s

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Covenant House Michigan, a nonprofit that supports homeless youth, celebrates its 25th anniversary. Host Stephen Henderson talks with Covenant House Executive Director Meagan Dunn about the resources the nonprofit provides. Plus, Michigan’s longest-serving African American judge, the Honorable John A. Murphy of Third Circuit Court, announces his retirement after 44 years on the bench.

Aired: 12/13/22 | Rating: NR

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