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A Look at the Life of Civil Rights Lawyer Baker-Motley

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A Look at the Life of Civil Rights Lawyer Baker-Motley

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A Look at the Life of Civil Rights Lawyer Baker-Motley

A Look at the Life of Civil Rights Lawyer Baker-Motley

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A look back at the life of Constance Baker-Motley, civil rights lawyer and first African-American woman appointed to the federal judiciary.

Guest:

Ted Shaw, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund

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