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24 February, 10:09

Brown v. Board of Education was argued before the Supreme Court by Thurgood Marshall. Linda Brown. Orval Faubus. Reverend Oliver Brown.

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  1. 24 February, 11:37
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    Thurgood Marshall

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    Thurgood Marshall represented the Brown family in the famous Supreme Court case Brown vs. Board of Education. Marshall, a lawyer for the NAACP, argued that the doctrine of "separate but equal" for public schools was a clear violation of the 14th amendment. More specifically, separate schools for black and white citizens violated the Equal Protection clause of the 14th amendment.

    Marshall was successful in presenting his argument, as the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Brown family. This resulted in the desegregation of public schools throughout the United States.
  2. 24 February, 11:57
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    Thurgood Marshall was the lawyer for the NAACP who argued Brown v. Board of Education in the 1950s.

    Marshall would go on to become a Supreme Court justice himself.
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