THURGOOD MARSHALL

THURGOOD MARSHALL

American Lawyer and Civil Rights Activist⁠

Thurgood Marshall born 2 July 1908, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Best known as the first African-American Supreme Court justice, played an instrumental role in promoting racial equality during the civil rights movement.⁠ ⁠ As a practicing attorney, Marshall argued a record-breaking 32 cases before the Supreme Court, winning 29 of them. In fact, Marshall represented and won more cases before the high court than any other person. During his 24-year term as Supreme Court justice, Marshall’s passionate support for individual and civil rights guided his policies and decisions. Most historians regard him as an influential figure in shaping social policies and upholding laws to protect minorities.⁠

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