Shabazz's enlightenment in Arabia changed his attitude regarding the solution to the racial problems. Since Malik El- Shabazz gained a sense of unity with the people of the world, he no longer felt that the racial problem existed only in America. He felt the civil rights cause should be addressed as human rights and should be treated as a human problem, not just a national one.
Jack Greenberg, civil rights lawyer who helped argue Brown v. Board, dies at 91
Jack Greenberg, civil rights lawyer who helped argue Brown v. Board, dies at 91 He became part of Marshall’s inner circle at the fund, helping argue landmark civil rights cases such as Brown v. Board of Education, resolved in 1954 when a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court abolished “separate but equal” racially segregated public schools. (Mr. Greenberg was the last living lawyer to argue the case.)