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DUE PROCESS

Judge Carter Remembered

  • Aired: 07/08/2012
  • 26:51
  • Rating: NR
He was the unsung hero of Brown v. Board - the case that changed American life, and brought us a step closer to justice. Raised in poverty in Newark and East Orange,Carter not only served as Thurgood Marshall's first lieutenant, but, in fact, was the architect of their most important work:the iconic Brown case, which brought an end to legally sanctioned segregation of American public schools.
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Due Process looks back at the life and work of U.S. District Court Judge Robert Carter.
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