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There's a common and troubling theme that runs through our history books: Man's inhumanity to man. But in 1954, Brown v. the Board of Education of Topeka pushed back so inhumanity could be overcome. Listen as Cheryl Brown Henderson explores how her father and many others dismantled America's legal framework and sparked one of the most significant judicial turning points in the development of our nation.
Founding President, The Brown Foundation
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Witness: I Changed History
Step into the shoes of these ordinary people who became key players in some of the most iconic moments of our history. How do these stories from the past impact us today and continue to influence our actions tomorrow?