- Born in 1899, Eunice Carter, a Black American lawyer was able to take down America's most notorious criminal ever in 1930s
- This was at the peak of Carter's career when she actually devised a strategy against the notorious criminal named Lucky Luciano
- Although Carter grew up in a day when the limitations of race and gender against her were rife, her brilliance made her rise above them all
Eunice Carter, born in 1899, was a female Black lawyer whose successes made her rise far about the limitations of race and gender.
According to a report sighted by Briefly.co.za on Blackhistory.com, it is indicated that by the 1940s, Eunice Carter's professional and political successes had made her one of the most famous Black women in America.
The brilliant Black American lawyer was a granddaughter to slaves who managed to soar high enough to attend Smith College before becoming a woman prosecutor in New York City in the 1930s.
Because of the brilliance of Eunice Carter, her career as a lawyer hit its peak when she was able to successfully take down one of the most notorious criminals in the history of America.
It is reported that that according to a biography written by her grandson, Stephen Carter, she actually came up with the strategy to take down Lucky Luciano, the most powerful Mafia boss in history.
With the genius of Eunice, Lucky Luciano was convicted in 1936 and she later became the only non-white male to be selected among 20 lawyers to clean up the underworld of New York.
Briefly.co.za previously reported about a Nigerian woman who hoped to be a millionaire before the age of 30. A Nigerian woman with the Twitter handle @LavishRuby has achieved her dream of becoming a millionaire before the age of 30. In making her new wealth status known, the lady quoted a tweet she made in 2018 where she tweeted about that dream. The lady on Wednesday, September 30, said she got the goal at the age of 22, years earlier than the 30-mark.
@Lavish said she was able to hit her first million with four businesses and 11 streams of income. The lady added that the feat took her four years to achieve.
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