Brown vs. Board of Education

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Du Bois and Arthur and Joel Spingarn. "It was an organization dedicated to fighting for racial equality and ending segregation; equal rights. It challenged segregation through its legal Defense and Education Fund," (Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (MSN Encarta). The Brown vs. Board of Education decision was the first to go against the Plessy vs...
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Ferguson "separate but equal" doctrine, whereby the practice of segregation was permitted as long as the separate facilities were "equal." Despite the "equality" purported under the "separate but equal" doctrine, segregated schools reflected a grave inequality between the quality of the education available to black children verses white children...
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