Thurgood Marshall: Champion for Civil Rightsby Wil Mara
Growing up in Maryland, Thurgood Marshall learned early on about the many injustices that African Americans faced because of segregation. After he graduated from Lincoln University, he attended Howard University law school. As an attorney, Marshall strove to improve the civil rights of African Americans, working on important cases such as Brown v. Board of Education. He later became the first African American appointed to the United States Supreme Court.
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