Julius Waties Waring

Julius Waring

Julius Waites Waring. College of Charleston.

(1880–1968) Judge J. Waties Waring was the dissenting opinion in the Briggs v. Elliott court case; a white Southerner who advocated for justice and an end to segregation in the education system. He and his family were ostracized by the white society of Charleston and he eventually moved to New York City.