#GoodRead | Black, queer, feminist, erased from history

"Black, queer, feminist, erased from history: Meet the most important legal scholar you’ve likely never heard of":

When the court ruled in Sally Reed’s favor, it was the first time that the Equal Protection Clause had been applied to a case of sex discrimination.
But much of the legal groundwork for that argument can be attributed to Dr. Pauli Murray, a Howard University-trained lawyer, who began to argue in the 1960s, that the Equal Protection Clause should be applied to cases of sex discrimination in much the same way that it had been applied to cases of racial discrimination.

Read Brittney Cooper's full article at Salon here…

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