How Systemic Racism Trumped The Brown V. Board Of Education Decision?
Board of Education separate but equal was ruled as unconstitutional. This was the ruling because blacks were to attend school separate from white, but also at schools that were more inferior and they were also forced to live in segregated communities. The decision from Brown v. Board of Education made to get rid of segregation but it also did more than that. Ultimately the decision gave hope for other forms of equality, like gender and sexual orientation, multicultural education, and special education. The decision set the foundation for domestic equality issues but also expanded to global issues of international human rights. African American were seen as second rate citizens before desegregation. The decision had a strong psychological black and other minority groups that were involved with the segregation. Minority leaders now had strong evidence for their arguments for