Brown v. the board of education
Updated: 2/25/2019
Brown v. the board of education
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  • Brown v. The Board of Education
  • After Plessy v. Ferguson white and African-American children continued to go to different schools. Linda Brown had to attend a school far from where she lived even though there was a school down the road she lived, but could not attend because it was for white children. Brown, Linda's father, took the case to court.
  • Did racial segregation in public schools violate "equal protection"?
  • Do I need to attend a different school than others just because of my race?
  • This case mainly deals with the 14th amendment?
  • Things may be separate, but they are not equal.
  • According to the Jim Crow laws students must attend different schools depending on their race "separate and equal".
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