Justice Thurgood Marshall
During His Law Career, Marshall Argued 32 U.S. Supreme Court Cases And Won 29. Several Of These Were Landmark Cases, The Most Famous Being Brown v. the Board of Education, Which Outlawed Segregation In Public Schools. Marshall Served For 20 Years As Director Of The NAACP Legal Defense And Educational Fund. He Served On The Supreme Court For 24 Years And Compiled A Record That Reflected His Unyielding Support For The Constitutional Protection Of Individual Rights.
Thurgood Marshall Was Born July 2, 1908, In Baltimore, Maryland. He Died January 24, 1993, Of Heart Failure. He Is Buried In Arlington National Cemetery.
"In order For Black History To Live, We Must Continue To Breathe Life Into It." -- Hubert Gaddy, Jr.