TOPEKA – The American burgerrechtenactiviste Linda Brown is at the age of 76 in her home in Topeka (Kansas) has died. Brown was in 1954, as the Supreme court ruled that as a black student just as much entitled to education at public schools as white children.
Linda Brown (m)
Civil rights movement NAACP, at that time in the historic lawsuit over the racial segregation against the school was started, praised the contribution of Brown and her family to the ,,most ground-breaking decision of the Supreme court in the twentieth century.”
Brown was a black elementary school on more than three kilometers from her house. Her father tried her in 1951 on a white elementary school a few blocks away in writing, but was denied. The Supreme court ruled on may 14, 1954 unanimously that racial segregation a violation of equal rights as enshrined in the U.s. constitution.