Linda Brown of Historic ‘Brown v. Board of Education’ Lawsuit, Dies at 76

Linda Brown of Historic ‘Brown v. Board of Education’ Lawsuit, Dies at 76

by Christina Santi   Mar 26, 2018

Linda Brown who was the little third-grade girl at the center of the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education case has died at the... Read More

Black History from the Pages of EBONY: The Blacks of the 1960s

Black History from the Pages of EBONY: The Blacks of the 1960s

by Sheeri Mitchell    Feb 15, 2018

The Blacks of the 1960s Despite the victory of Brown v. Board of Education in the previous decade, most African-Americans in the ‘60s found themselves... Read More

Brown v Board of Education

61 Years After Brown v. Board,
Segregation Continues

by Janel George   May 18, 2015

Although it has been 61 years since the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated legally-sanctioned racial apartheid in America’s public schools in Brown v. Board of... Read More

Brown v Board national historic site

American Federation of Teachers Commemorates Brown at 60

by Ray Baker   May 20, 2014

In a year when the nation has marked monumental landmarks of civil rights achievements of the past such as the Civil Rights Act of... Read More

Brown v Board of education nettie

Sixty Years After Brown V. Board,
Black Teachers Are Disappearing---Again

by Melinda Anderson   May 19, 2014

Sixty years ago Saturday, the Supreme Court issued its landmark Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka ruling. In a unanimous decision, the Court... Read More

DEBATE!
Has School Desegregation Been Good for Blacks?

DEBATE!
Has School Desegregation Been Good for Blacks?

by The Loop 21   Mar 01, 2012

There’s something to be gained from turning an eye to the Black history moments that directly influence every aspect of our lives today. In... Read More