The Supreme Court case, Plessy vs. Ferguson, stated that being separate but equal was okay. Later that case was overturned in 1954 with the Supreme Court case, Brown vs. Board of Education. This case was important because it brought segregation into the US, which left a negative impact in the American society.
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The Man That Killed Jim Crow: 9 Charles Hamilton Houston Facts For You
Charles Hamilton Houston - prominent lawyer and was the dean of Howard University Law School. Original and main strategist of equality in education. Trained Thurgood Marshall and other to lead what is now known as the Brown vs Board of Education of Topeka, KS. See the film "The Man Who Killed Jim Crow" to learn about Houston's life.
Homer Plessey (1862-1925) the man in the middle of the 1896 Supreme Court ruling that confirmed the rule of "separate but equal" in U.S. law. Plessey was a light-skinned Creole of European and African descent. He was arrested and jailed in 1892 for sitting in a Louisiana railroad car designated for white people only.
Jack Greenberg, civil rights lawyer who helped argue Brown v. Board, dies at 91
Jack Greenberg, civil rights lawyer who helped argue Brown v. Board, dies at 91 He became part of Marshall’s inner circle at the fund, helping argue landmark civil rights cases such as Brown v. Board of Education, resolved in 1954 when a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court abolished “separate but equal” racially segregated public schools. (Mr. Greenberg was the last living lawyer to argue the case.)