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Brown v Board of Education
Updated: 10/19/2020
Brown v Board of Education
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  • Brown v Board of Education1952-1954
  • Supreme Court Ruling
  • Background Information
  • Oliver Brown filed a class-action lawsuit against Topeka’s Board of Education after his daughter was denied enrollment into their all-white school.
  • Connected Amendment
  • Brown claimed that segregation violated the “equal protection clause” of the 14th Amendment and the “separate but equal” doctrine from the Plessy v. Ferguson case
  • Argument
  • Impact
  • The “separate but equal” doctrine from Plessy v. Ferguson was ruled unconstitutional
  • 14th Amendment: Equal Protection Clause. This case proved that “separate but equal” was demonstrating racial segregation and therefore unconstitutional.
  • This case ended racial segregation in public schools.
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