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In 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education revokes the separate but equal act

In 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education revokes the separate but equal act

Brown vs. Board of Education

Nettie Hunt and her daughter Nickie sit on the steps of the U. Supreme Court site, after the high court's ruling in the Brown vs. Board of Education case

Remembering: Brown vs. Board of Education

This Day In History: May The US Supreme Court decided the case Brown vs. Board of Education, declaring racial segregation unconstitutional. The US Supreme Court decided the case Brown vs. Board of Education, declaring racial segregation unconstitutional.

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.

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

Brown vs. Board of Education decision, 1954.

This is an original article posted in the Chicago Tribune about the Brown vs. Board of Education decision to integrate schools in

Newly Integrated Friends (1954)    This photo was taken less than four months after the Brown vs. Board of Education decision. Public schools in Baltimore opened with black and white students in the same classrooms.    Charles Thompson, the only black pupil at Public School No. 27, is greeted by his new classmates (names unknown).    Dick Stacks Photographer/Baltimore City Library

Less than four months after the Brown vs. Board of Education decision, public schools in Baltimore opened with black and white students in the same classrooms. Charles Thompson, the only black pupil at Public School No. is greeted by his new classmates.

Brown v. Board of #Education: A Brief History with Documents (Brown Vs. Board of #Education)/Waldo E. Martin

Brown v. Board of Education: A Brief History with Documents (Bedford Cultural Editions Series), a book by Waldo E.

Linda Brown was the "Brown" in the 1954 Supreme Court case known as Brown vs. Board of Education. The Court reversed the 1897 Plessy vs. Ferguson decision and held that "separate educational facilities are inherently unequal."

Board of Education, Linda Brown of Topeka was in the third grade when her father filed a class action suit. This was a landmark decision of the US Supreme Court declaring separate public schools for black/white students unconstitutional.