A Case to Remember

Thurgood Marshall celebrated his 56th birthday on July 2, 1964. That same day, Congress passed The Civil Rights Act outlawing discrimination in places of public accommodation. Several days later, the action of two business owners in Atlanta, Georgia – one of whom would later become Governor – sparked a controversy that would make legal history. […]

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So Good that Thurgood was Confirmed

The recent confirmation hearing for the newest Associate Justice of the Supreme Court had, to say the least, its share of notoriety. Here is a look back at the confirmation of Thurgood Marshall and the noteworthy accomplishments of his career. Enjoy! _____________________ 69 yeas, 11 nays. That was the vote count August 30, 2017, when […]

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