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".