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How the Brown v Board of Education Case Helped Minorities The Brown v Board of Education Case was decided in 1954 The decision made was that it was unconstitutional to racially segregate in public schools and that they should be racially mixed together in a school A very brilliant black man Thurgood Marshall won the case Before the case started he wrote a very intelligent legal brief about four states affected by segregation Kansas Delaware Virginia and South Carolina The court referred to the brief and made their decision Fortunately the Brown case how it is referred to now opened the door for black students to get a better education One of the first positively affected was Linda Brown who was able to attend a public school across the street instead of walking twenty-one blocks to a school for blacks Before the Brown Case the separate but equal doctrine was adopted Although this was a big positive for the community it shouldnt have been enforced on students because it was the little things that made a difference not the facilities and other physical things it was the abstract things Students were being completely stripped of their education The segregation of races was not only a law it was obvious that it affected the children emotionally which affected their ability to learn After the decision in the Brown Case the black community now had something to work with something for their children something to be proud of They had finally did it Desegregation was about to begin
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