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Brooks, Angie Elizabeth, 1928-2007

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    • Brooks-Randolph, Angie E. (Angie Elizabeth), 1928-2007
    • Randolph, Angie E. Brooks- (Angie Elizabeth Brooks-), 1928-2007
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        • Organization: (naf) Shaw University
        • Organization: (naf) University of Wisconsin
        • Organization: (naf) Foreign Service Institute (U.S.)
        • Organization: (naf) Liberia. Supreme Court
        • Organization: (naf) Howard University
        • Organization: (naf) United Nations. General Assembly
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Virginia (Liberia)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Houston (Tex.)
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        (naf) Liberia
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        (naf) United States
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    • found: Following is a statement by Ambassador Charles W. Yost on the election of Miss Angie Brooks of Liberia as the President of the 24th General Assembly, 1969.
    • found: OCLC, May 9, 2008(hdgs.: Brooks, Angie Elizabeth; Brooks, Angie E.; Brooks, Angie; usage: Angie Elizabeth Brooks)
    • found: Encyclopedia of the nations, via WWW, May 9, 2008:Africa--Liberia--famous Liberians (Angie E. Brooks-Randolph (b.1928) served as president of the 1969/70 UN General Assembly)
    • found: Daily observer, via WWW, May 9, 2008(Angie Brooks-Randolph has died; published: 09 Sept. 2007)
    • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed December 21, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database:(Brooks-Randolph, Angie Elizabeth; lawyer, diplomat, United Nations official; born 24 August 1928 in Virginia, Montserrado County, Liberia; received BA in social sciences from Shaw University, North Carolina (1949); earned a second undergraduate degree and a master's degree in political science from University of Wisconsin at Madison (1952); studied law at the University of London (1952-1953); admitted to Liberian Bar Association and appointed Assistant Attorney General in the Justice Ministry (1953); earned two additional law degrees, from Shaw University (1962) and Howard University (1967); trained at the United States Foreign Service Institute (1950s); transferred to the Foreign Affairs Ministry as an Assistant Secretary (1958); appointed to Liberia's mission to the United Nations (1954); elected chair of the Trusteeship Council of the General Assembly of the United Nations (1966); elected President of the Twenty-fourth Regular Session of the UN General Assembly; returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; was Liberia's Permanent Representative at UN (1975); appointed to the Supreme Court of Liberia, the first woman to hold the rank of Associate Justice (1977-1980); died 09 September 2007 in Houston, Texas, United States)
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