Tomiko Brown-Nagin on Constance Baker Motley and the ‘American experience’

Tomiko Brown-Nagin Preferred Faculty Photo, as of 2/27/14

Accepting the Daniel P.S. Paul Constitutional Law chair, Tomiko Brown-Nagin delivered a lecture titled, “On Being First: Judge Constance Baker Motley and Social Activism in the American Century,” which focused on 20th century social reform through the life of the civil rights advocate who became the first female African American federal judge in 1966.