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Brown v. Board of Education
Updated: 2/28/2020
Brown v. Board of Education
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  • Brown v. Board of Education
  • Brown v. Board of Education(1954)
  • Facts
  • Today we will be learning about Brown v. Board of Education
  • NAACP appealed a case in which an African- American girl, Linda Brown, was forced to attend a segregated, African-American public school when a white school was closer to her home.
  • I am so confuse
  • Does racial segregation in public schools violate the "Equal Protection" Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment?
  • Question before the court
  • let's get this started
  • Constitutional application (What amendment is this issue based on?)
  • This issue is base on the Fourteenth Amendment
  • Arguments for the petitioner(Plaintiff)
  • In the case Brown v. Board of Education Linda's father Oliver Brown was against the school boards decision that Linda could not go to an all white school.
  • Arguments for the respondent(Defense)
  • The Brown family lawyers argued that the African Americans were inherently inferior to whites.
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