We got some grassroots people getting together to gripe. It doesn't change the law. What does it have to do with me?
Thurgood Marshall — Scene 6

Brown v. Board Resources

There are many resources about Brown v. Board available on the internet. Listed here are some that will provide you with further background information.

At the Brown v. Board website see:

The National Park Service's Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site website has information useful to teachers who want to use Brown v. Board in the classroom.

University of Michigan Library's Brown v. Board of Education Digital Archive contains documents and images which chronicle events surrounding the case, including case summaries and oral arguments.

The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund's Brown website has a detailed chronology of events.

Howard University School of Law's Brown@50 website contains links to other Brown and civil rights resources.

These links are provided as a public service and nowletmefly.com does not necessarily agree or disagree with opinions expressed at these websites.