Opinion, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, August 3, 1951
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
DISTRICT OF KANSAS
|OLIVER BROWN, ET AL.,
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF TOPEKA,
SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS, ET AL.,
) Civil Action
) No. T-316
AUG 3 1951
HARRY M. WASHINGTON, Clerk
By Harry Paskard [?]
Messers. John Scott, Charles Scott, Robert L. Carter, Jack
Greenberg and Charles E. Bledsoe for Plaintiffs;
Messrs. George Brewster and Lester Goodell for Defendants.
Before HUXMAN, United States Circuit Judge, MELLOTT, Chief District Judge, and HILL, District Judge.
HUXMAN, Circuit Judge, delivered the opinion of the Court.
We are accordingly of the view that the Plessy and Lum cases, supra, have not been overruled and that they still presently are authority for the maintenance of a segregated school system in the lower grades.
The prayer for relief will be denied and judgment will be entered for defendants for costs.
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