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  • Sir, I am suing the school board for the 14th amendment not be followed. These schools are not equal!
  • Mr. Brown, I promise you that both white and black children are getting an equal education.
  • The court has decided in the favor of... Board of Education. Due to the "Separate but Equal" that came from the Supreme Court case Plessy v. Ferguson.
  • The doll test shows that African-American children feel bad about themselves.
  • Linda Brown, a third grader, was denied education at the school right near her. Instead she had to travel around a hour to get to the colored school.
  • The District Court ruled in favor of the Board. Brown and the NAACP appealed their case and took it to the Supreme Court.
  • We have come to a desicion. Separate but equal has no place in a school!
  • Thurgood Marshall used dolls to prove a point. He had a white and black doll then asked questions such as which was the "nice" one or the "ugly" one.
  • Thurgood Marshall made an argument that related to the entire country. He asked them what other countries would think of the U.S.
  • Your Honor, segregation isn't only bad for the children. It is bad for the country as a whole. Who wants to trade with a country that treats humans this way?
  • The Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that separate but equal has no place in schools. This decision overturns the Plessy v. Ferguson case from 1896.
  • Although segregation in schools was now illegal it took several years before schools started to integrate.
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