She is the daughter of Rev. Oliver Brown, who along with 12 other families, filed suit against a local board of education in Kansas. Their case made its way to the U. S. Supreme Court and on May 17, 1954 became the landmark school desegregation decision known as Brown vs. Board of Education. Cheryl Brown Henderson, president and CEO of the Brown Foundation, gives an insider’s story and a rare history lesson. (2616)
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