“‘Black America’s Law Firm’ Looks To Big Cases With New Leadership”

NPR’s Carrie Johnson: “The NAACP Legal Defense Fund has been called the law firm for black America. Once run by Thurgood Marshall, the group played a major role in desegregating public schools and fighting restrictions at the ballot box. Now, the Legal Defense Fund is preparing for a new leader — just as the Supreme Court considers cases that could pare back on those gains.”

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