Celebrating American Disruptors Who Changed Public Institutions
Feb 22nd, 2022 by Legally Brief
In today's episode, we celebrate Americans not "on the marquee" or in the bright lights. Lesser-known disruptors who changed our institutions:
- In 1955, 15-year old Claudette Colvin was instrumental in desegregating Montgomery, Alabama's transportation system. Ms. Colvin refused to give up her seat on a public bus nine months before Rosa Parks; and
- U.S. District Court Judge Constance Baker Motley, whose hard work in and out of court disrupted the judicial system and even major league baseball.
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