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Description - The 1954 landmark Supreme Court decision that concluded that "separate educational facilities are inherently unequal" effectively ended racial segregation in the public schools of this country. That decision is commemorated at Monroe School, 1515 Monroe Street in Topeka, Kansas. This is the segregated school attended by Linda Brown, who was represented before the Supreme Court by Thurgood Marshall, later the first African-American to sit on the Court.

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Contact Information:
Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site, 424 S. Kansas Avenue, Suite 220 , Topeka, KS, 66603-3441, Phone: 913-354-4273
, brvb_superintendent@nps.gov

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Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site - Official agency website


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