Thurgood Marshall Stamps
Tavis talks to Cynthia Puryear, manager of community relations for the U.S. Postal Service, about the Thurgood Marshall postal stamp and its legacy. Tavis is also joined by Karen Hastie Williams, a Washington, D.C., lawyer who was one of the very first African-American Supreme Court clerks. She was brought in by Justice Marshall in 1974.
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