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Thurgood Marshall and son

 Thurgood Marshall, attorney for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, reads "Political and Civil rights in the United States" to his son Thurgood, Jr. at home. Marshall announced that the NAACP plans to appeal the ruling by Federal Judge Harry Lemley, suspending integration in Little Rock, Arkansas Central High School for two and half years.

21 Jun 1958 — Original caption: Thurgood Marshall, attorney for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, reads “Political and Civil rights in the United States” to his son Thurgood, Jr. at home. Marshall announced that the NAACP plans to appeal the ruling by Federal Judge Harry Lemley, suspending integration in Little Rock, Arkansas Central High School for two and half years.