SOURCE: The Hill
Wendy Vitter, President Trump's nominee to serve as a federal judge for the Eastern District of Louisiana, on Wednesday declined to say whether she believes a Supreme Court ruling ending school segregation was "correctly decided."
SOURCE: Rutgers University News Service
by Patti Verbanas
An unsung hero of the Civil Rights Movement, the Rutgers alumna fought racism from within the system – and won.
This page lists articles that put into historical perspective the changes wrought by the Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education (1954).
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