Little Rock Nine 1957

Brown vs. Board of Education


Orval Faubus
Elizabeth Eckford


Little Rock Nine was a turning point in American history. They were symbols of the changing federal laws concerning segregation in the 1950s. Widespread media coverage of their treatment led to public awareness of the problem of segregation and eventual profound change in the school systems.

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