#InContext: Thurgood Marshall

Edited By: MOLLY WICKER Thurgood Marshall’s unprecedented journey with the constitution began outside the classroom—a few feet outside the classroom, to be exact, where a mischievous young Marshall was often kicked out of class and forced to read the constitution as punishment. By the time he graduated High School—known today as Frederick Douglass High School … Continue reading #InContext: Thurgood Marshall

Holly Thompson, 2018 Douglass Fellow, Selected for Summer Position at U.S. Department of Justice

By: JONATHAN ROBERTS WASHINGTON, DC — Holly Thompson, a member of the 2017-2018 Douglass Fellowship cohort, has been selected for a summer position with the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. She will work in the Criminal Section of the Department’s Civil Rights Division. After a competitive application process, Thompson learned of her selection … Continue reading Holly Thompson, 2018 Douglass Fellow, Selected for Summer Position at U.S. Department of Justice