Who successfully argued against segregation in the brown v. board of education of topeka, kansas, and later became the first african-american supreme court justice?
a) medgar evers
b) w. e.b. dubois
c) james meredith
d) thurgood marshall

Answers

Thurgood Marshall was the first African American Supreme Court Justice. He was an NAACP lawyer in the historic, landmark Brown v. Board case.


Do you know the answer?

Other questions on the subject: History

History, 21.06.2019, brandonkelly104
Explanation:The Bear Flag Revolt was a direct result of a yearning among United States citizens living in California to have their territory join the United States. The appearance...Read More
1 more answers
Free points, because i am bored its 30 btw at least anwer this Who would a citizen contact if there are problems in the city road president major governer county comissioner Step-b...Read More
3 more answers