Board Of Education 1954

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In May 17, 1954 was the date that would change the history not only in the field of education but also peoples ' lives. In 1954, there is a cased called “Brown v. The Board of Education” that had been in the Supreme Court. There was the controversial court case that trying to pass the law for unsegregated public school. The law was even passed. However it brought the people to getting together. There were too many segregated at this time and the educations. Brown v. Board of Education was even become at a point in history because there was still racism. Brown v. Board of Education was warmed people that what they have done was wrong as well as changed the way they felt about the different races and colors. The Brown v. Board of education was…show more content…
She was a girl that walked a mile to school every day even thought there was Sumner elementary (white school) nearest to her home like seven blocks away but it was only for white students. Linda 's father, Oliver Brown, tried to enroll her in the white elementary school, but the principal of the school refused because his child is black (Watts and Roberson, Pg. 218). Brown decided to take the problem to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People willing to help the Brown family and filed their case happened in February 28, 1951. However the case started off slow processed, the case getting bigger and friends and family got the news about the case and wanted to help and support The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and Brown family as well. The U.S District Court for the District of Kansas heard about Brown’s case around June 25-26, 1951. The Federal District Court decided that segregation for educations were harmful to the black children. However all black and white schools have the same buildings, teachers, and the transportation, the segregation were
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