Presentation on theme: "Honoring the Life and Legacy of Oscar and Anne Mauzy “Children who live in poor districts and children who live in rich districts must be afforded a substantially."— Presentation transcript:
Honoring the Life and Legacy of Oscar and Anne Mauzy “Children who live in poor districts and children who live in rich districts must be afforded a substantially equal opportunity to have access to educational funds. Certainly, this much is required if the State is to education its populous efficiently and provide for a general diffusion of knowledge statewide.” Oscar Mauzy, 1996, author,unanimous Fifth Circuit Court opinion, Edgewood v. Kirby
Senator Mauzy, Anne Mauzy with friends in the Senate District 23 office. Far left, Millie Bruner,staff; Far right, Joe Woods,staff
Senator Mauzy and Anne Mauzy in the Senate Office
Senator Mauzy and Anne "Talking Politics,” Senate District 23 Office
Senator Barbara Jordan and Senator Oscar Mauzy Friends, Colleagues, Fellow Warriors for Justice
Governor Mark Whit and Senator Mauzy chat in Governor's Reception Room, Texas State Capitol
Dean Manuel Justiz, Anne Mauzy, Boyd Richie, Betty Richie, Joann Jenkins
Senator Mauzy and his fellow "Killer Bees" meet the press after breaking a quorum to kill a bill they opposed in the 1979 Legislative Session.
Justice Mauzy pays a visit to the Texas Senate. Lt. Governor Hobby on the left.
Senator Mauzy at his desk on the Senate floor. His political domain for 20 years.
Martha Anne Rogers Rogan Rister Mauzy “…listen to parents, get out of the box to find answers, success breeds success, you cannot do it all by yourself so always listen to parents.” -Anne Mauzy, November 23, 2002
The Honorable Oscar H. Mauzy (November 9, 1926 to October 10, 2000) “…people ought to have beliefs and they ought to be willing to stand up for them, and they ought to be willing to fight for them. You understand you're going to win some and you're going to lose some, but you still stay pure and you fight for what you believe in.” -Oscar H. Mauzy, April 26, 1996