As part of the U.S. Courts’ “Pathways to the Bench“ series, three Black federal judges share their first-person accounts of their experiences during the Civil Rights era and reflections on their challenges faced and lesson learned before joining the federal bench.

The Heritage Spotlight video, release by the U.S. Courts in honor of African American History Month features interviews with U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia; U.S. District Judge Julie A. Robinson of the District of Kansas; and U.S. Chief Judge Roger L. Gregory of the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. The three judges described how their experiences in childhood and youth shaped their careers.

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