The New York Times, in its Wednesday, October 12th, 12016 edition reported the death of Jack Greenberg:
"Jack Greenberg, a lawyer who became one of the nation's most effective champions of the civil rights struggle, leading the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Inc. for 23 years and using the law as a weapon in its fight for racial justice before the United States Supreme Court, died on Wednesday, October 12, 2016"
Mr. Greenberg was the last survivor of a legal team assembled by Thurgood Marshall and was involved in more than 40 civil rights cases before the Supreme Court.
After Thurgood Marshall left for the federal bench, Greenberg became the Legal Defense Fund's second director. Greenberg argued some of the biggest civil rights cases in front of the Supreme Court.
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