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Black WWII Soldiers Asked a White Woman for Doughnuts. They Were Shot., The Washington Post

January 13, 2023

An article from The Washington Post cites the pro bono work by partner Matthew Hawes and associates Micah Jones and Christopher Melendez that resulted in the Army Board for Correction of Military Records amending the death record of Private Albert King, who was killed in 1941 by a white military policeman. The article notes that the trio is working to clarify whether any benefits are available to Private King’s family now that the record has been rectified to show him having died “in the line of duty.”

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