In Remembrance: Former Legal Aid Board Member, Congressman Louis Stokes

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_NPB9349_2012©NannetteBedway FILE11049 FILE5478August 2015 — Legal Aid mourns the death of Congressman Louis Stokes.

Congressman Stokes began his legal career taking pro bono cases from Legal Aid. At the end of his legal career, he served Legal Aid as a board member from 2005 – 2012. Congressman Stokes dedicated his life making ours a more just community. Congressman Stokes was a longtime champion for and friend of Legal Aid – we will miss his leadership and friendship.

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