Linda Brown, A Woman Who Helped End School Segregation In The United States, Has Died At 76
March 28, 2018
Many know her as a little schoolgirl famous for the landmark Brown v. Board of Education case that finally ended segregation in schools in the United States. Being just 9 years old, Linda Brown forever changed the nation by showing that "separate" does not mean "equal." Sadly, she died on March 25 at the age of 75.
BREAKING: Linda Brown Smith, the student at the center of the landmark 1954 Supreme Court decision to end public school segregation (Brown vs. Board of Education) has died at age 76. pic.twitter.com/SMjT6NXorA
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