Brown V Board Of Education Case Study

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The Brown v Board of Education and the lynching of Emmitt Till fueled the Civil Right Movement to continue to challenge segregation, the Montgomery bus Boycott in Alabaman took years of planning by black communities, black colleges and the Women political Council (WPC) and the NAACP to start challenging segregation. The mayor of was ask by WPC to end segregating in the buses but the plead fell on deaf ears. The first Attempt was on Mach 2, 1955 with Claudette Colvin a 15 year-old student, was asked to give up her sit for a white man, she would not give up her sit. The police were called to remove her and allegedly assaulted the arresting police officer. For this reason, Colvin was not used to challenge segregation in the buses. (579) The

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