Book - Silent Covenantsa
Brown ws a step in the right direction,but had far more effect as a symbol than as a legal decision.  After the decision of Brown, no chiuld black or white received a good education in an integrated classroom.  Brown did not stop racism and did not end segregated schools.

Brown v. Board of Education: A Civil Rights Milestone and Its Troubled Legacy
Ten years after the 1954 ruling thinngs had not changed regarding civil rights.  President Eisenhower stated he made a mistake by appointing Earl Warren as Chief Justice to Supreme Court.  Brown v Board of Education did not solve problems dealing with integrating schools, curriculum, preparing teachers for a new segregated school.  The decision assumed putting blacks into the larger white society would solve racism but it didn't.

Halifax Gazette (Halifax Co Va)
Southern states and other states bordering the south did not react well to the Brown v Board of Education decision to integrate public schools.  Some states created state-subsidized private schools to ignore the decision.  People were angry at the Supreme Court.  Change camein the south but there was violence too.

Demands on the March (Speech)
Even though the case of Brown v Board of Education was settled, people were still asking for decent housing, integrated education, and the right to vote.

Encyclopedia Britannica
May 17, 1954, the US Supreme Court ruled that racial segragation in public schools violated the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution.  The decision stated the schools blacks attended and the schools whites attended were not equal.  Segregation was not permitted in public facilities.  Brown v Board of Education was considered on of the most important rulings in the court's history.