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Brown V. Board of Education
Updated: 9/26/2020
Brown V. Board of Education
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  • By; Fidel Tepec
  •  Brown V. Board of Education of Topeka
  • NO colored people
  • From 1896 to the early 1950's kids of different skin tones were not allowed to attend the same school.
  • In 1951, plaintiff Oliver brown filed a class-action suit against the board of education after her daughter was rejected at an all white school.
  • NAACP along with others believed it was unconstitutional to separate people because of their skin color.
  • The Board of Education claims that everyone is separated but equal
  • IN 1954 the Supreme court ruled that seperating kids from attending the same school because of their skin color was unconstitutional and cruel.
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