Thurgood Marshal By The Devon Hess

Thurgood Marshall was the first Africa American member of the Supreme Court from October 1967 to October 1991 and brought two important cases before the Supreme Court involving racial segregation.

Like in the beginning Thurgood Marshall brought two of important racial cases to the Supreme Court.

Thurgood Marshall's cases happened between 1908-1993 most dealing with racial segregation.

These cases happened in Washington D.C .

He was a big influence because he was the first African American to be in the Supreme Court and he influenced the little rock nine by him fighting for integration.

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