Executive order to Desegregate Central High School." Post a message explaining how the Supreme Court changed in its analysis of the issue of separate but equal. Please concentrate on the role of the Supreme Court and the Presidency. All journal entries are due on or before Sunday, July 26, 2009 at 11:55 PM. In all of these court cases, we see the issue of “separate, but equal.” Each race is provided equal treatment, facilities, and transportation, but it’s separated. The problem with this is that even schools are separated by race. As stated in Brown V. Board of Education, we must look to the effect of segregation itself on public education. Segregation of public education deprives individuals of equal protection of the laws upheld by the 14 th amendment. Regardless of equal “tangible” factors, students are lacking cultural views
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