Civil Rights movement - brown Vs board

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  • white schools                                 black schools
  • Civil Rights Brown V. Board
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  • Cohen Robbins
  • many African American families were not agreeing with the separation of blacks in public schools
  • not to mention the difference conditions of black schools vs. white schools. black schools were often much less attractive or as functional compared to white schools
  • Court case ends May 17th, 1954, three years after it began . the final decision going to brown, and the Jim crow laws of separate but equal were labeled unconstitutional, and segregation in schools would be no more.
  • And while many white, southern families protested this...
  • the mixing of race in class rooms continues to this day, making a better future for all.
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