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THIS MONTH IN HISTORY

Known for his notorious victory in arguing the Brown vs. Board of Education case, Thurhood Marshall was nominated to the Supreme Court on June 13, 1967 as the first African-American to hold the position. He served for the next 24 years and was a strong advocate for individual rights, civil rights, and criminal procedure, amongst other causes.

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