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Barbee-Wooten, Daphne

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Daphne Barbee-Wooten is an attorney in Honolulu, Hawaii. She has practiced law for over 30 years and is active in law, politics, writing, and dance. She was on the first Hawaii Civil Rights Commission, and was the first EEOC trial attorney in Honolulu. She has served as President for the African American Lawyers Association and is co-founder of Amen Rasta I Production Company, which produces historical and travel documentaries. She is the author of African American attorneys in Hawaii (2010) and has contributed chapters to They Followed the Tradewinds: African American History in Hawaii.

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