Brown vs Board of Education a landmark Us Supreme Court case to desegregate public schools declaring it unconstitutional.

(S) Brown v Board of Education was a decision by the supreme court that decided if the schools would be segregated or not (Brown v Board of Education)

(Q Primary source) lawsuits were filed in Kansas, South Carolina, Virginia, Delaware and the District of Columbia on behalf of black elementary school students who attended legally segregated schools. Despite differing somewhat in the details, all alleged a violation of the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment(Jesse)

(P) NAACP had lawyers who tried to fight the case but they did not reach there goal because they had other cases like this one (Brown v board of education)

(Q) This segregation was alleged to deprive the plaintiffs of the equal protection of the laws under the Fourteenth Amendment. (Brown v board v edu 1954)

(S) The supreme court decided that it was not okay to allow schools to be unequal and separate so they became one. (Brown v Board of education)

(Q)(NAACP) that led the civil rights movement in the federal courts and was victorious in the landmark Brown v. Board of Education (1954 Raffel)

Linda Brown Smith was a third grader when her father started a class-action suit in 1951 of the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas

(P) Even though it was a new law the schools around the world took along time to start following it leading to some schools closing down. (brown v board)

(S) There was no school left that was not separated all schools had to become equal.(brown v board of education)

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