Justice Alan Page retires this month, after 22 years on Minnesota's highest court.
Before his legal career, Page played for the Minnesota Vikings. He was voted the National Football League's Most Valuable Player in 1971, one of only two NFL defensive players ever to win that award.
Page earned his law degree while playing football. He went on to become the first black man to serve on the Minnesota Supreme Court. This month, he hits the court's mandatory retirement age of 70. In retirement, Page plans to devote more time to his foundation, which provides educational scholarships for students of color.
Justice Page joins Tom Weber in the studio to talk about race, education, the Minnesota Supreme Court, the NFL, and his remarkable career.