Brown v. Board of Education (1954)

Brown v. Board of Education (1954)
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  • We're tired of white and black children being separated
  • We're here to challenge the Plessy decision!!!!!
  • NAACP
  • Black parents and students in several different states got tired of laws that required children of color to attend separate schools from white children
  • We the people, of Congress, think "separate but equal" doctrine "has no place" in public education and violates the 14th amendment "equal protection"
  • The Supreme Court said segregation was constitutional as long as the places they went to school at are in good working condition and the two schools were comparable to each other. Unfortunately, schools for black children were run-downland poorly kept.
  • With the help of the NAACP, parents, and students decided to challenge the Plessy decision.
  • An that's what this article is about.
  • The Supreme Court agreed with Brown and others, an in a complete reversal from its decusuin in the Plessy case and The Court said
  • Alabama governor George Wallace spoke out against letting black students attend the University of Alabama. He also blocked the doorway to block two black students from being able to register
  • Segregation took away black students rights to equal protection under the laws, according to the 14th amendment.The Plessy decision helped end segregation and allowed white and black children to go to school together.
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