Brown Vs. Board Of Education

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Social Issues

 

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Frank G

 

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October 8, 2013

 

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University

 

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Brown went to a man named McKinley Burnett, who was the head of Topeka's branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and asked for help. The NAACP was willing to assist the Browns because they had long wanted to confront segregation in public schools. With Brown's complaint, other black parents joined him, and in 1951, the NAACP requested an injunction that would prohibit the segregation of Topeka's public schools...
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The NAACP was willing to assist the Browns because they had long wanted to confront segregation in public schools. With Brown's complaint, other black parents joined him, and in 1951, the NAACP requested an injunction that would prohibit the segregation of Topeka's public schools. Brown and the NAACP appealed to the Supreme Court on October 1, 1951 with the other combined cases...
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