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Gloria Allred. Civil Rights Lawyer with emphasis on women's rights. "if people call me names I see that as a victory, because i know they don't have any good argument on the merits." "men of quality are not threatened by a woman of equality"

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Elaine R. Jones is a prominent civil rights attorney and activist. She joined the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in 1970 andin 1993 became the organization's first female director-counsel and president. Jones graduated from Howard University with honors in political science. Shejoned the Peace Corps and became one of the first African Americans to serve in Turkey. She became the first African American woman to enroll in the University of Virginia School of Law and, subsequently, the first to…

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-Donald Lee Hollowell (1917–2004) was an American civil rights attorney in the state of Georgia. Hollowell is best remembered for his instrumental role in winning the desegregation of the University of Georgia in 1961. He is the subject of a 2010 documentary film, Donald L. Hollowell: Foot Soldier for Equal Justice.

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Civil Rights Groups Condemn Nomination Of Jeff Sessions As Attorney General

Civil Rights Groups Condemn Nomination Of Jeff Sessions As Attorney General | The Huffington Post

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Charles Hamilton Houston,"The Man Who Killed Jim Crow" (if you haven't already seen this film, treat yourself. Check your local library), a renowned civil rights attorney, was widely recognized as the architect of the civil rights strategy that led to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1954 decision, Brown v. Board of Education. He was also a mentor to Thurgood Marshall who successfully litigated the pivotal Brown case.

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Florynce Kennedy, civil rights lawyer, feminist, political activist, eccentric, New York, August 1, 1969; Photograph by Richard Avedon. In the 1970s Kennedy traveled the lecture circuit with writer Gloria Steinem. If a man asked the pair if they were lesbians — a stereotype of feminists at the time — Flo would quote TiGrace Atkinson and answer, "Are you my alternative?" In 1974, People magazine wrote that she was "The biggest, loudest and, indisputably, the rudest mouth on the…

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The Honorable Frankie Muse Freeman is an American civil rights atorney, and the first woman to be appointed to the U.S Commission of Civil Rights. In 2007, she was inducted in the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame at the MLK National Historic Site. She graduated from Hampton University in 1936. She graduated from Howard University School of Law in 1947. In 2011, she received the Spingard Medal of the NAACP. She is a past national president of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

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Update From #NoDAPL Civil Rights Attorney Daniel Sheehan: Sign Our Petition to OBAMA! - YouTube

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