Civil Court Case: Brown Vs The Board Of Education

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Brown VS the Board of Education
May 17, 1954 was the date of a huge case that made education what it is today. Brown VS the board of Education was a civil court case that argued the segregation in schools was unconstitutional. This court case has changed our society today by ending segregation in American schools. Smaller cases such as Plessy VS Ferguson led up to Brown VS Board, but they were all just as important. This all started when Linda Brown a young African- American from Topeka Kansas was not let into her local elementary school because of her race. Linda Brown’s legal team was led by Thurgood Marshall and the help from the “National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.” The case made it to the supreme court. Chief