- Mar 2018
Thurgood Marshall was America's first African American to serve on the nation's highest court. He championed the rights of the individual and prior to his Supreme Court appointment, he successfully argued more cases to the court than anyone before him. It was through Thurgood Marshall's efforts and those of the NAACP that "separate but equal" was overturned, helping establish a legal foothold for the civil rights movement in the years ahead. Listen to the full episode here or download it via your favorite podcast app. Just search for "Shoulders of Giants". If you enjoy the podcast please leave us a 5-star review on Itunes.