Unlikely Heroes: The Fifth Circuit Four | Dr. Jack Bass
Texas Appellate Law Podcast
The Black Lives Matter Movement has opened a number of necessary conversations about racial injustice. Tapping into this timely subject, Todd Smith and Jody Sanders visit with Dr. Jack Bass, the author of nonfiction books focusing on southern politics, race relations, and law. Here, Dr. Bass takes us into his book Unlikely Heroes, which is a vivid account of the implementation of Brown v. Board of Education in the South by Fifth Circuit Judges committed to the rule of law. Dr. Bass taps into how these judges overcame obstruction and impacted segregation, desegregation, and voting rights. Listen in on this important discussion to learn more about these brave judges followed the law and battled racial inequality in an era when it was unpopular to do so.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Texas Appellate Law Podcast Community today:appealsplus.comTwitterFacebookLinkedInYouTube
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Jack Bass -Ever Thought of Franchising Your Business?
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Jack A. Bass of Jack A. Bass and Associates discusses the concept of expanding through franchising. Listen to his full thought provoking and interesting interview tomorrow! What can you do RIGHT NOW to work on making your Business more Sustainable, Transferable and Valuable in the future? Visit our Online Planning Links at www.ExitCoachRadio.com/links Sponsors: Exit & Retirement Strategies, Inc. | BEI |Jeffrey M Verdon Law Group | Albert J Rasch & Associates | Ghassemian Law Group Listening from an iPhone or iPad? Get our App in the App Store: click here