Our nation has made enormous progress toward racial justice since World War II. In this lecture, Fred D. Gray, one of the nation’s preeminent civil rights lawyers, analyzes legal developments in this field. Drawing on his own leading role in many landmark civil rights cases, Mr. Gray explains the relationship between legal advocacy and political activism while examining the challenges that we continue to face in preserving and extending the gains that we have made. This lecture is of particular interest to lawyers because of Mr. Gray’s unique perspective as an advocate for civil rights in several landmark Supreme Court cases and in many other lawsuits. Because Mr. Gray is currently in practice, he provides timely information useful to lawyers who handle civil rights, human rights, civil liberties, disability rights, labor and employment cases.moreless
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