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The plaintiff, Donald Gaines Murray, was represented by noted African-American attorney Charles Hamilton Houston and his mentee, Thurgood Marshall.
For sure, it has expanded its portfolio overall, she says, yet everything is rooted in the law school's century-and-a-half commitment to justice.,There are symbolic reminders showered about the law school campus in Northwest Washington D.C, including busts of Marshall and his mentor, Charles Hamilton Houston, a legend in Howard law school history.
Founding and Executive Director, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice
As a future elementary teacher, I am reminded of the quote by Charles Hamilton Houston, who was a prominent African-American lawyer.
Charles Hamilton Houston and World War I (2 p.m., Dec.
From the better known, like John Preston Davis, the NNC's founder, and colleagues Robert Weaver, Charles Hamilton Houston, and A.
But it is rare that the standard civil rights narrative will mention the name of Charles Hamilton Houston. A native of Washington, D.C., and an alumnus of Amherst College and Harvard Law School, Houston was the chief architect of the strategy to end state-sanctioned segregation in the U.S.
In 1989, Frisby received the Fund s Charles Hamilton Houston Award for his outstanding skill, dedication, and commitment through legal representation on behalf of the national minority business community.
Charles Hamilton Houston led the legal campaign that resulted, ultimately, in the U.S.
Another was Charles Hamilton Houston, one of a tiny elite of black officers given artillery training, yet exposed to particularly vicious racial abuse.
Charles Hamilton Houston: This country has 160,000 white lawyers and fewer than 1,000 black ones.
Ogletree, who is also the founding director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice in Boston, testified before the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security that "public dollars spent on education and prevention are far more effective in stemming violence and discouraging gang affiliation than broadening prosecutorial powers or stiffening criminal penalties for young people accused of gang-related crimes."