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Linda Brown Thompson, who died March 25, was the school girl involved in the landmark Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education. In... [Read More]
The grade school that Linda Brown Thompson attended in Topeka, Kansas, was, like hundreds of others in the 1950s, racially segregated. While Linda's parents were... [Read More]
The grade school that Linda Brown Thompson attended in Topeka, Kan., was, like hundreds of others in the 1950s — racially segregated. [Read More]
The grade school that Linda Brown Thompson attended in Topeka, Kan., was, like hundreds of others in the 1950s – racially segregated. [Read More]
Her father's name is on the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, Brown v. Board of Education, a milestone in ending racial segregation in public education. [Read More]
The city of Chicago has provided a blueprint for future public oversight of police violence. [Read More]
Fifty years ago, on Feb. 21, 1965, Malcolm X was murdered in New York City. With his assassination, the United States missed a chance to... [Read More]
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