BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION
 
 
 
I. THE FIVE CASES
A. KANSAS, SOUTH CAROLINA, DELAWARE, VIRGINIA, WASHINGTON D.C.

B. LOCAL PEOPLE

1. SOUTH CAROLINA: REV. J.A. DELAINE, HARRY BRIDGES

2. KANSAS: LINDA BROWN


 

II. NAACP

A. CHARLES HOUSTON AND HOWARD UNIVERSITY

B. THURGOOD MARSHALL
 

III.STRATEGIES (1930s)

A.FRONTAL

B. DEVELOPMENTAL
 

IV.THE RISE OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT (1940s)

A. IMPORTANCE OF WORLD WAR II

B. GUNNAR MYRDAL AND AMERICAN DILEMMA
 

V.THE ROAD TOWARDS BROWN

A. ROBERTS V. CITY OF BOSTON (1849)

B. PLESSY V. FERGUSON (1896)
 

VI. WHITTLING DOWN PLESSY

A. MURRAY V. MARYLAND (1936)

B. MISSOURI EX REL. GAINES V. CANADA (1938)

C. SWEATT V. PAINTER (1950)

D. McLAURIN V. OKLAHOMA STATE REGENTS (1950)
E. SHELLEY V. KRAEMER (1948)
 
VII. BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION (1954)
A. NAACP ARGUMENTS

1. SOCIAL SCIENCE, KENNETH CLARK,AND THE DOLLS

B. STATE REBUTTALS

C. SUPREME COURT RULING

1. EARL WARREN
 

VII. BROWN II (1955)

A.A WITH ALL DELIBERATE SPEED@
 

VIII. AFTERMATH

A. DELIBERATION BUT LITTLE SPEED

B. PARKER DOCTRINE

C. MASSIVE RESISTANCE

D. MELBA PATILLO BEALS AND THE LITTLE ROCK NINE

1.EISENHOWER VS. FAUBUS

2.MELBA PATILLO BEALS AND A YEAR OF HELL 

C. CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964

D. GREEN V. NEW KENT COUNTY (1969)

E. SWANN V. CHARLOTTE-MECKENBURG (1971)