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Keyes V - Keyes v Denver(actual court documents 21 March...

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Keyes v. Denver (actual court documents) 21 March 1970 Parents of children attending Denver Public Schools were suing individually and on behalf of their minor children. Complaints: 1) Denver unconstitutionally rescinded certain resolutions, which were designed to desegregate specific schools within the District 2) The defendants created and/or maintained segregated student bodies and faculties in many of the schools 3) Unequal educational opportunity Hispanics and Blacks were put together in the same segregated groups. They were called one minority group although each has their own type of discrimination. 21 June 1973 Denver is a tri-ethnic community, 66% Anglo, 14% Negro, and 20% Hispano. The district court is assessing the question of de jure segregation in the core city schools, that Negroes and Hispanos should not be placed in the same category to establish the segregated character of a school. Conclusion: The district court erred in separating Negroes and Hispanos fro purposes of defining a “segregate” school.
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