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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said that we are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Our current education policies are binding some of our children into a future in which their social fabric is tattered and sometimes broken.
As chief judge of D.C. Superior Court for the past four years, Lee F. Satterfield has overseen the legal proceedings and operations of the busiest courthouse in the nation’s capital. And this week, Satterfield is likely to be tapped to lead that courthouse for another four years as he runs — unopposed — for a second term as chief.
With the power back on, the hot summer sun and the Nationals in first place, it is easy to forget our troubles — particularly something as removed from most of our lives as the perilous state of the D.C. schools.
WASHINGTON — Angela Byrde, 27, is getting only the second H.I.V. test of her life — at the Department of Motor Vehicles.