Almost 25 years after it was first conceived, the vision of the Institute at LDF has been realized and we continue to honor Thurgood Marshall’s legacy through our work.
A: TMI issue campaigns are advocacy efforts targeted to specific locations. Learn more about our issue campaigns here.
A: TMI research focuses on LDF’s four areas of expertise: criminal justice, economic justice, education, and political participation. Learn more about TMI research here.
A: 276 boxes of LDF records (up to 1968) are available at the Library of Congress. Records held onsite at LDF are not yet open for research.
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James A. Cadogan, Director of the Thurgood Marshall Institute