Skip to comments.Obama hosts Brown v. Board families and lawyers
Posted on 05/16/2014 7:45:23 PM PDT by Olog-hai
President Barack Obama on Friday marked the 60th anniversary of the Supreme Courts landmark Brown v. Board of Education school desegregation decision by recommitting to the long struggle to stamp out bigotry and racism in all their forms.
Obama also met Friday in the White House East Room with families of the plaintiffs, lead attorneys Jack Greenberg and William Coleman and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Greenberg argued the case; Coleman was a leading legal strategist.
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That was when the republicans were fighting the racist democrats over freedom for the “negro”. Nothings changed. The rats a majority in bondage to their welfare state.
Let Obama tell that to the minority Kids whom were getting a superior education in DC Charter Schools until he wiped them off the face of the earth as one of his first Royal decrees in 2009.
One of my professors in law school, Paul Wilson, argued the case for Kansas. He gave a talk every year about it. He was very proud and shared that this was the key to the adversarial system, that there have to be strong arguments on both sides. He wanted the plaintiffs to win but prepared all the arguments against them. Interesting man. He said that the plaintiffs’ sponsors chose Kansas because the separate black schools in Kansas were equal to the white schools. Probably the only place in the country where they were. In fact, they had to choose Topeka because the smaller towns had integrated way back in the 20s because it was too expensive to maintain two equal school systems.
With regards to difficulties with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act and the fact that our economy is essentially already in another recession Obama will be the first to point out that...
RACE! RACE!! RACE!!!
Look everyone! RACE!!!
Look up William Coleman’s bio, interesting life.
Yep. Everything is RACE! RACE!! RACE!!! or LTGBS.
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