First Black District Attorney Elected In LA Office Criticized As Antiblack

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It was a historic night in Louisiana’s Caddo Parish on Saturday as James E. Stewart Sr. became the first black district attorney, reports the Shreveport Times. Stewart beat prosecutor Dhu Thompson to succeed the late Charles Rex Scott as DA. Stewart, a Democrat, got 55 percent of votes cast. Stewart entered the race in August
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