Brown V. Board Of Education Case Summary

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This case included several other cases involving schools that were segregated. Several students of Color found it unconstitutional to not be able to attend a white public school. This was in violation of the "equal protection clause". Eventually, the segregation of schools was declared unconstitutional. This case expanded civil rights movements and allowed black and white children to have equality in schools. The case Brown v. Board of Education overturned the 'separate but equal' approach to public schooling and also public restrooms, transportation, drinking fountains and restaurants which came after the Jim Crow Laws. In the 1960s Americans were given a promise to have "equal protection of the laws" which was proposed by the president.
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