"In remembering the legacy of extraordinary black Americans, why does Clarence Thomas always go ignored?" That's the question FRC's Ken Blackwell asks in a new column for USA Today. "Thomas's life trajectory, which took him from a broken family and brutal poverty in the segregated south to the United States Supreme Court -- where he is now the longest serving justice -- is exactly what we should celebrate this month and all year long," he argues. And yet, Ken insists, a lot of liberals like to pretend Thomas doesn't exist. Read why that's a mistake in his thoughtful piece, "Don't Forget Justice Thomas in Black History Month."
Justice That Can't Be Ignored
February 19, 2020