04/10/11

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka


Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka is a part of civil right movement during 1954. Brown is an African American girl. She wanted to study in a white school where is close from her home . Because of Segretation, she could not go to the school and went to a black school ,and she suited against board of education that separate public schools for black and white students unconstitutional. Brown case raise racial concerns in the social.However, Brown won the case in the supreme court and judge said that ‚Äúsegregated black and white schools were of equal quality in facilities and teachers, segregation by itself was harmful to black students and unconstitutional‚ÄĚ because of the fourteenth amenement.