50 Years After Brown: The State of Black Equality in America

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50 Years After Brown: The State of Black Equality in America is an assessment of the state of equality for Blacks in America. Examining equality in the context of the legal successes and policy challenges of Brown versus. The Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, the U.S. Supreme court case that give African Americans full protections under the 14th Amendment when the high court declared Separate by Equal de jure segregation unconstitutional, this book assesses what equality truly means in America and whether Blacks have achieved it on the fifteth anniversary of the case.

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50 Years After Brown: The State of Black Equality in America is an assessment of the state of equality for Blacks in America. Examining equality in the context of the legal successes and policy challenges of Brown versus. The Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, the U.S. Supreme court case that give African Americans full protections under the 14th Amendment when the high court declared Separate by Equal de jure segregation unconstitutional, this book assesses what equality truly means in America and whether Blacks have achieved it on the fifteth anniversary of the case.

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