64 Years Ago,Today, Brown v. Board Outlawed Segregation In Public Schools And Overturned The Principle Of Separate But Equal!!


Sixty-four years ago today, the Supreme Court passed a landmark decision popularly known as "Brown v Board." The court case effectively eliminated racial segregation from public facilities in the United States and overturned the longstanding tradition of Jim Crow. It famously declared, "separate educational facilities are inherently unequal."

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  1. Separate but equal should have stayed where it was.

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  2. Black people can't make up their minds. First we want to be separate. Then we want to be integrated. Now we see it ain't working, we want to be separate again.

    Where there is no vision, the people perish!

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    1. We shouldn't have integrated in the first place.

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