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        Segregated Schooling in Alabama

        The Supreme Court declared segregated schools unconstitutional in 1954, but it took a separate six-year lawsuit to force officials in Birmingham, Alabama to comply with the Court's ruling. This scrapbook illustrates conditions in the city's black and white schools leading to the lawsuit, shows white parents protesting integration, and includes an executive order signed by Governor George Wallace to block integration.

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