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22Aug 18

Remembering a little girl who helped end school segregation

When Linda Brown was nine years old, she had to walk a long way to catch a bus to an all-black school. She wasn’t allowed to attend the all-white school in her neighborhood. It was 1953 in Topeka, Kansas. Linda’s father joined a lawsuit against the Topeka Board of Education.…

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