Today in Black History: October 29, 1969 “The End of Segregation in Public Schools”

On today in 1969, the Supreme Court ruled in Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education, that school districts must end segregation. The Brown vs. Board of Education case required school districts to intergrade schools. “with all deliberate speed,” which means when they get around to intergrading schools. In this case segregation was ended immediately.

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