Nothing is black or white.
In 1917, Emily Murphy had a battle that women should be known as "people" in Canada just like the men. They also fought that women could serve in the Senate just like the men do. Lawyer, Jackson challenged her as a judge, because women were not considered as "people" after the British dropped the British North America Act in 1867. "Nothing is black or white" leadership trait is related to what Emily has done. Emily Murphy argued with the government that women and men should be treated equally.