Brown VS. Board of Education

During the time period of this court case segregation was happening.

The Brown family wanted to be equal and be able to be on the same ground.

The Board of Education wanted to be separated by race.

The Supreme Courts decision was that it violated the Equal Protection Clause of the fourteenth amendment.

This affects the law of the country because sit violates the Equal Protection Clause.

It affected the culture of the country because we're not a segregated country. So it made it hard for us all.

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