Tabitha C. Wang is a history major at the University of Washington, Seattle. She enjoys playing video games, reading, photography, and cooking. She currently lives in North Seattle.
Scipio Africanus Jones was a prominent Arkansas African American defense attorney in the late 19th and early 20th century. He opposed Arkansas’s Jim Crow laws and successfully argued cases before the United States Supreme Court between 1913 and 1925. Known for his pro bono work for impoverished African American defendants, Jones … Read MoreScipio Africanus Jones (1863–1943)