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Here In the start of chapter 2, we have the Supreme Court House were on May 17, 1954 –the U. S. Supreme Court rules in Brown vs BOE of Topeka, Kansas that states “separate but equal” is illegal and unconstitutional
Here is the New York Post were Melba came to write her thoughts down after they(New York Post Board Members) tracked her down and asked her to do so
Here we are in Cincinnati were Melba loves it as a place to travel for her vacation.The vacation comes to a halt when Melba’s father calls to tell Mother Lois that Melba was chosen to attend the white high school in the fall Mother Lois is furious with Melba.
Here in the start of chapter 3, Life had changed. It was all about the integration now, Melba’s life was full of meetings with school board members, superintendents and NAACP officials the original 17.Those nine students became known as The Little Rock Nine
Ernest Green, Terrance Roberts –a junior, verbal, very intelligent, Jefferson Thomas a good athlete, Elizabeth Eckford very private, Thelma Mothershed heart condition, Minnijean Brown, Carlotta Wells athletic, Gloria Ray, meticulous,Melba Pattillo Beals
Melba begins to regret her decision of going to central high and one reason is because of the superintendent telling the parents to not accompany them the first day of school. All nine students came from strict parents and all were church going.
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