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Brown v. Board of Education Criminal Justice Yirmyah Johnson Period 2 Assignment: 10
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Brown v. Board of Education
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Yirmyah Johnson Johnson 1 Criminal Justice Brown v. Board of Education Brown v. Board of Education, was in the year 1954. Was a point of interest United States Supreme Court case in which the Court pronounced state laws building up discrete government funded schools for highly contrasting understudies to be illegal. The choice toppled the Plessy v. Ferguson choice of 1896, which permitted state-supported isolation, seeing that it connected to government funded training. Passed on May 17, 1954, the Court's decision was 9–0 choice expressed that "different instructive offices are naturally unequal." thus, by right racial isolation was ruled an infringement of the Equal Protection Clause of the 14 th Amendment of the United States Constitution. This decision made ready for coordination and was a noteworthy triumph of the Civil Rights Movement, and a model for some future effect prosecution cases. However, the choice's fourteen pages did not make any kind of strategy for closure racial isolation in schools, and the Court's second choice in Brown II just requested states to integrate "with all think speed". This reminds of a pervious case I did, the Plessy v. Ferguson case is very
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