v. Board of Education
Reading Materials at the
Virginia State University Library
P. S. (1993). Brown vs. Topeka: An African-American’s view: Desegregation
and miseducation. Chicago: African-American Images. (Stacks KF4155.A93
J. M. & Ackerman, B.A. (2001). What Brown v. Board of Education should have said: The nation’s top legal experts rewrite America’s
landmark civil rights decision. New York: New York University Press.
(netlibrary KF228.B76W48 2001 eb)
D. M. (1966). It is so ordered; the Supreme Court rules on school
segregation. New York: Norton. (Stacks KF4155.B47x)
R.J., Diamond, R. T., & Ware, L.B. (2003). Brown v. Board
of Education: Caste, culture, and the constitution. Lawrence, Kansas:
University Press of Kansas. (Stacks KF4155.C68 2003)
A. (2002). Race on trial: Law and justice in American history.
New York: Oxford University Press. (Stacks KF385.A4R33 2002)
J. (1994). Crusaders in the courts: How a dedicated band of lawyers
fought for the civil rights revolution. New York: BasicBooks.
(Stacks KF4757.G699 1994)
Harrison, M. & Gilbert, S. (1991). Landmark decisions of the
United States Supreme Court. Beverly Hills, California: Excellent
Books. (Stacks KF4549.L37 1991)
H. & Jones, J.E., Jr. (1993). Race in America: The struggle
for equality. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press.
(Stacks E185.615.R2125 1993)
Jackson, J.P. (2001). Social scientists for social justice: Making
the case against segregation. New York: New York University Press.
(netLibrary Electronic Books)
Jersey, B. & Pollard, S. (2002). The rise and fall of Jim
Crow. San Francisco: California Newsreel. (Media Center E185.61.R57
Kluger, R. (1976). Simple justice: The history of Brown v. Board
of Education and black America’s struggle for equality. New York:
Knopf. (Stacks KF4155.K55 1976)
Kulish, M. & Weinberg, G. (1990). The road to Brown: The untold
story of “the man who killed Jim Crow”. San Francisco: California
Newsreel. (Media Center E185.61.R6 1990)
Lagemann, E.C. & Miller, L.P. (1996). Brown v. Board of Education:
The challenge for today’s schools. New York: Teachers College Press.
(Stacks KF4155.B76 1996)
Orfield, G., Eaton, S.E., & Harvard Project on School Desegregation.
(1996). Dismantling desegregation: The quiet reversal of Brown
v. Board of Education. New York: New Press. (Stacks LC212.62.O72
J.T. (2001). Brown v. Board of Education: A civil rights milestone
and its troubled legacy. New York: Oxford University Press. (Stacks
Prendergast, C. (2003). Literacy and racial justice: The politics
of learning after Brown v. Board of Education. Carbondale, Illinois:
Southern Illinois University Press. (Stacks LC2731.P72 2003)
Whitman, M. (1992). Removing the badge of slavery: The record
of Brown v. Board of Education. Princeton, New Jersey: Markus Wiener
Publishers. (Stacks KF4155.R46 1992)
P.E. (1995). A time to lose: Representing Kansas in Brown v. Board
of Education. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas. (Stacks