Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall and the Naacp

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MR. CIVIL RIGHTS: THURGOOD MARSHALL AND THE NAACP incorporates rare archival film and extraordinary interviews to explore Marshall's life in the years leading up to the landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling, including his upbringing in Baltimore, his education at Howard University Law School ("the West Point of the civil rights movement"), his status as a rising star within the NAACP, his skill as an orator and storyteller, his relationship with his mentor Charles H. Houston, and his high-profile segregation cases involving voting, transportation, housing, labor and the military. This compelling biography, produced by the filmmaker behind Hubert H. Humphrey: The Art of the Possible (distributed through APT Exchange) unfolds through interviews with Justice Elena Kagan, Justice John Paul Stevens, lawyer and civil-rights activist Vernon Jordan, Marshall biographers Rawn James, Juan Williams and Larry S. Gibson, and several law professors.

Previously Aired

Day
Time
Channel
1/18/2015
7 p.m.
1/18/2015
11 p.m.
1/19/2015
7 a.m.
8/9/2015
7 p.m.
8/9/2015
11 p.m.
8/10/2015
7 a.m.
8/11/2015
4 p.m.
2/3/2017
7 p.m.
2/4/2017
2/5/2017
2 a.m.
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