The demands of being a lawyer may have caused many minority attorneys to forget their “rabble-rouser days” and fear speaking out against injustices within law firms and corporations, Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor A. Michael Pratt said earlier this month.

“I think the problem is that we don’t have rabble-rousers anymore — that we don’t agitate,” Pratt said.

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