That’s why when the Supreme Court ruled that yet another lawsuit to try to undermine his signature health care plan came back in his favor, those of us who voted for him, support and love him as a person, a father, a President and a leader can honestly say – Good for you, Mr. President. You deserve every bit of this moment:
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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.