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5 Old School Civil Rights Violations And Their Eerie Trump-Era Counterparts

The Segregation of Schools

Up until the 1950’s and a Supreme Court case called Brown vs the Board of Education, schools were legally separated by race under the provision that the education be “separate, but equal.” Obviously that wasn’t the case, but the civil rights movement integrated the schools allowing every American student the opportunity to get an equal education. And they all lived happily ever after, right?


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