When the father of Linda Brown, an African American, sued to let his child go to a “white school” closer to home, history was made. When the court decided that “separate was inherently unequal,” the world changed for many students across America. Readers will learn what led up to the case, how the case made it to the Supreme Court, and how this case changed everything when it came to race equality in the United States. Also included are questions to consider, primary source documents, and a chronology of the case.
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