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|Title: ||Motley, Constance Baker - Clip 01|
|Authors: ||Motley, Constance Baker|
Aman, Alfred C.
|Keywords: ||Motley, Constance Baker|
Columbia Law School
NAACP, Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Dudley, Edward R.
Desegregating the University of Texas Law School
Sweatt v. Painter
Desegrating graduate programs in Oklahoma
McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents
Setting the stage for Brown v. Board of Education
Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada
University of Missouri
Houston, Charles H.
Plessy v. Ferguson
Separate but equal
Out-of-state scholarships for Blacks
World War II and Blacks
The importance of 1948 integration of armed forces
Decision to attack segregation per se
The multiple cases consolidated in Brown
Role of the NAACP local chapters in finding plaintiffs
Decision to use psychological impact evidence in the Topeka case
Brown v. Board of Education
|Issue Date: ||25-Aug-1988|
|Publisher: ||Cornell Law School|
|Abstract: ||From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The interviewer is Alfred C. Aman; the videographer, Thomas R. Bruce. This video covers Judge Motley's early work with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the NAACP's litigation strategy for attacking segregation in education, and its focus on issues involving Blacks in the military during World War II. (Duration 20:14) The initial phase of this project was sponsored by a generous grant from the law firm of Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP.|
|Appears in Collections:||Cornell University Law School Heritage Project|
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