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Updated: 10/23/2020
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  • Brown vs Board of Education
  • Racial Segregation in public schools
  • Brown wanted to change the schools and combine them with whites and blacks with no segraegation
  • 1952-1954
  • The supreme court ruled that separating children in public schools on the basis of race was unconstitutiniol.
  • There is Racial segregation in schools back then because of the fact that whites didn’t like blacks so they didn't like to be with each other so they separated them in different places when when they do something like got to school.
  • 14th amendment
  • Brown wanted to change the segregation in schools because he didn't think that it was good for there to be segregation and didn't think it was right for children to have to learn like that and learn that they weren't equal and it be like that forever
  • The court is made unconstitutional for segregation by race in schools
  • It signaled the end of legalized racial segregation in schools of the united states
  • State authorized segregation of public schools was a violation of the amendment and was unconstitutional
  • Segregation in schools in unconstitutional by the court of law
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