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Selma, Alabama 36107

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“…it is a given that Browder v Gayle and not Brown v Board, Browder v Gayle reversed Plessy v Ferguson…so if anyone asks you, what put the nail in separate but equal, it was this case ( Browder v Gayle) out of Montgomery, Alabama”…

Charles Gamble, Dean Emeritus, University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa

BROWDER V. GAYLE

The Supreme Court ruled that the city of Montgomery, state of Alabama and the National City Bus Line was operating intra-city busses in violation of “due process and equal justice” rule of law of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution. The ruling of the court  brought an end to the boycott, removed the color line, reversed the Plessy Transportation case of 1896-foundation of jim crow, launched the Modern Civil Rights Movement (1955-56),and launched the career of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr as an International Civil and Human Rights Leader.