Segregation In The 1940s And 1950's

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IT FOLLOWS THAT with education, this Court has made segregation and inequality equivalent concepts. They have equal rating, equal footing, and if segregation thus necessarily imports inequality, it makes no great difference whether we say that the Negro is wronged because he is segregated, or that he is wronged because he received unequal treatment... Chief legal council of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Thurgood Marshall (1908-93) spoke these words on 8 December 1953. Mr. Marshall argued some of the most successful cases for segregation in America before he knew their impact. During the 1940s and 1950s civil rights movement many changes occurred. Most of the changes involved segregation within the education

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