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  • Decision
  • Racial segregation in public schools abuses the Fourteenth Amendment.
  • Significance
  • Yay, no more segregation in schools!!!
  • Question Before the Court
  • Does racial segregation in public schools violate the "Equal Protection" Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment?
  • Racial segregation in public schools violated the Fourteenth Amendment.
  • Constitutional Application
  • What amendment does racial segregation have to with?
  • The Fourteenth Amendment.
  • No segregation in schools.
  • Arguments for the Petitioner
  • Why does my daughter have to go to an all-black school when there is an all-white school closer to our home!?
  • Did the racial segregation in public schools violate the "Equal Protection" Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment?
  • Arguments for the respondent
  • Racial separation is  completely equal!
  • This issue is based on the Fourteenth Amendment.
  • Linda Brown's father wanted to sue the local school board because his daughter was forced to go to an all-black school when there was an all-white school closer to them.
  • The Board of Education argued that racial separation was equal in every way.
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