Brown v Board of Education
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Before 1954, schools were segregated. Whites had their own school and blacks had their own. These races were separated when it came to schooling. Often the whites had better, more advanced schools than the blacks.
It was brought to court if the "separate but equal" clause applied to schooling. The question was if the segregation of schools based solely on race violated the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment.
The Supreme Court ruled that yes, segregation did violate the 14th amendment. This impacted society because now schools couldn't segregate based solely on race. Schools had black and white students.
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