Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education
|Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education
|Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education, 396 U.S. 1218 (1969) was a 1969 case in which the Supreme Court of the United States ordered desegregation of schools in the American South. — Excerpted from|
United States Supreme Court
ALEXANDER v. HOLMES COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Argued: Oct. 23, 1969. --- Decided: Oct 29, 1969
Jack Greenberg, New York City, for petitioners.
Louis F. Oberdorfer, Washington, D.C., for Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, as amicus curiae.
Jeris Leonard, Washington, D.C., A. F. Summer and John C. Satterfield, Jackson, Miss., for respondents.
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