This is Miss Brown of Brown vs Board of Education -- Linda Brown at Monroe Elementary in Topeka, Kansas. 1951 case brought by her parents and other plaintiffs, formed the basis for the landmark Supreme Court decision of May 17, 1954.
Alpha Phi Alpha member Thurgood Marshall (center) and Brother Marshall (right) congratulating each other, following the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education declaring segregation unconstitutional. Brother Thurgood Marshall would later become the first African American to serve on the US Supreme Court. #historic
And this is because in 2003 a court decision was decided in Fox News' favor that it can LEGALLY lie or intentionally misrepresent facts aired to American viewers. Hence, why our country is so confused and misinformed about the events occurring in this country.
Continental Airlines honors its first black pilot by naming new 737 after him
Continental Airlines honors its first black pilot by naming new 737 after him. 1st black pilot with Continental Airlines who had to go through the Supreme Court to get the job. Marlon Dewitt Green (June 6, 1929 – July 6, 2009) was an African-American pilot whose landmark United States Supreme Court decision in 1963 helped dismantle racial discrimination in the American passenger airline industry..
Three Branches of Government Enrichment Projects, Lesson and Vocabulary
United States, "Three Branches of Government" Writing and Research Enrichment Projects I have also included a lesson and vocabulary handout. From writing a specific letter to their senator to writing about a Supreme Court decision, the writing activities are fun, creative and provide an authentic way for your students to show their understanding of this important government concept.$
Lloyd L. Gaines vanished in March 1939. "Three months before he vanished, he won a U. S. Supreme Court decision (Gaines v. Canada) mandating the State of Missouri admit him into its university law school or build a separate, and equal, law school for blacks. The case helped forge the legal framework for the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark 1954 decision, Brown v. Board of Education, which banned segregation in public schools.