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The number of African-Americans admitted to the bar in North Carolina has increased significantly since James Edward O'Hara was first admitted in 1868.
Greensboro, North Carolina became a central location for the civil rights movement in the 1960s starting with the North Carolina A&T sit-in. Within the Greensboro location, Elreta Alexander was a prominent African American attorney who advocated for civil rights through the judicial system.