Civil Rights Queen
Harvard University professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin looked back at the life of attorney Constance Baker Motley, the first Black woman to argue a case in front of the Supreme Court as well as the first Black woman appointed to the federal judiciary and elected to New York’s state senate. This was a virtual program hosted by the Atlanta History Center. close
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Tomiko Brown-Nagin Professor Harvard Law School
Claire Haley Vice President Atlanta History Center
Rose Scott Host NPR->"Closer Look"
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