Oliver Brown V Board Of Education Case Study

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During the case of Oliver Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the United States Supreme Court declared that the “separate but equal” school systems were unconstitutional. Before this case came into the attention of the Supreme Court, many movements were made to protest this act of segregation including the “Little Rock Nine.” Nine African American children enrolled into the Little Rock Central High School where they were then forced to remain outside the building by the governor of Arkansas himself. Eventually the students were able to get inside the building but were subject to verbal and physical abuse. After some of the African American students fought back and were suspended from the school, the administrators of the Little Rock school
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