Today, May 17th, The Episcopal Church commemorates the Feast of Thurgood Marshall. The Honorable Thurgood Marshall is best remembered as the first African-American to sit on the Supreme Court and for his work arguing the groundbreaking, and unanimous, victory in Brown v. Board of Education. Over his career, Marshall would win 29 of his 32 cases argued before the Supreme Court – winning his first at age 32 – but it is his role in Brown v. Board of Education that has had the greatest impact on our common life. His work on this case began the long, and not yet finished, process of dismantling segregation and apartheid in America – the process of trying to become a nation where the law recognizes that God has created all of us with equal love.
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