September 17th is Constitution Day. Since African-Americans have worked so hard to make the promises in the Constitution a reality, they should use Constitution Day to mark their contributions to justice under law. But, most Americans never heard of Constitution Day.
On September 17, 1787, the date the U.S. Constitution was signed in Philadelphia, Black civil rights activist Prince Hall was protesting the exclusion of free Black children from public schools in Boston. African-Americans had been, and would continue, fighting for their Constitutional rights.