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(from l to r:) 1.The City of Memphis' 2000 Mayoral Election Issue
2.) Famous TV Judge-Judge Joe Brown (click here to go to website)
and Independent Movie Director Michael Tabor
3.) Dr. Sybil Mitchell (click to email); well known activist and upholder of women's rights)
4.) Then, Shelby County Commissioner Shep Wilbun
5.) Memphis Sanitation worker and still sitting Memphis City Council member Joe Brown (click here to go to web page)



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