Brown V.S Board of Education By arley and kaleah

Topeka, Kanvas during the 1950s

Linda Browns and her little sister had to take a very dangerous road to get to school everyday. There was a school nearby, but that school was only of white children.

Linda Browns family took the case to court saying segregated schools violated the 14th amendment.

The 14th amendment states that you cannot take away basic rights from the people.

Congress concluded that segregated schools may be harmful to black children. They also said that any state segregating schools would be violating the 14th amendment.


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