Linda Brown's father wanted her to ________________.
- have the lead role in the school musical
- be tested for the advanced placement program
- attend the school closest to their home
- go to the school for African Americans
When her application was rejected, the _________________ thought this was a good case to take to the Supreme Court.
- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
- National Equal Rights League
- League of Struggle for Negro Rights
The Brown vs. the Board of Education case was _______________________ .
- won by the Topeka Board of Education
- rejected by the Supreme Courts
- thrown out of court because of a technicality
- a combination of five similar cases
Thurgood Marshall's main argument was the ______________________ Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
On May 17, 1954, the Court ruled _____________________.
- in favor of the Board of Education
- that there was no such thing as separate but equal
- that Linda Brown would have to go to the African American school
- that segregation was legal
Some schools obeyed the ruling immediately; President Eisenhower _____________________ the schools to obey immediately.
- did not push
The Little Rock Nine were __________________.
- Oliver Brown, Darlene Brown, Lena Carper, Sadie Emmanuel, Marguerite Emerson, Shirley Fleming, Zelma Henderson, Shirley Hodison, and Maude Lawton
- followers of Oliver L. Brown
- elementary students who were injured by a mob when they tried to enroll in Sumner Elementary
- high school students who wanted to attend Little Rock Central High School