of the plaintiffs plaintiffs claims, a three-judge panel at the.S. Congressmen and Senators who framed the Fourteenth Amendment to the.S. Oklahoma Board of Regents of Higher Education (1950 in 1949, the University of Oklahoma admitted George McLaurin, an African American, to its doctoral program. Montgomery bus boycott and would lead to other boycotts, sit-ins and demonstrations (many of them led. Five separate cases were filed in Kansas, South Carolina, Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Delaware: Oliver Brown. Eisenhower Library ADD complete cite National Archives Identifier: 186601 Judgement Brown. Meeting to decide the case, the Justices of the Supreme Court realized that they were deeply divided over the issues raised.
Ferguson ruling, as well as on the importance of states' rights in matters relating to education. The Board of Education of Topeka,. By a vote of 8-1, the Supreme Court ruled against. Listen: Jack Greenberg Tells the Story of Brown In His Own Words.
After the case was reheard in 1953, Chief Justice Warren was able to do something that his predecessor had noti. In a 1985 interview Ms Brown said her father took up the challenge because he "felt that it was wrong for black people to have to accept second-class citizenship". Their significant victories at this level included. It ruled only that public schools desegregate with all deliberate speed. . Although Marshall played a crucial role in all of the cases listed below, Houston was the head of the naacp Legal Defense and the US Constitutions Ratification Education Fund while. Civil rights activists argued that it was discriminatory because African-American schools often had poorer facilities. The Changing Face of the Constitution. New York: Thomas Nelson, Inc., 1972.
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