"In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute."
Thurgood Marshall was born in June 2, 1908. He was the first African-american Supreme Court justice. He was a civil rights leader. He was a legal counsel for the NAACP. He won 29 cases at the supreme court. He died of a heart failure in Jan. 24, 1993.
He won the Brown V. Board of Education case. That show that he was determined to win. He argued in 32 cases at the supreme court and won 29 of them. That shows that he is hard working. He was also the first African-american Supreme Court justice which shows that he is capable.