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The Case of Lloyd Lionel Gaines: The Demise of the Separate but Equal Doctrine
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TitleThe Case of Lloyd Lionel Gaines: The Demise of the Separate but Equal Doctrine
AbstractArticle about the United States Supreme Court case of Lloyd Lionel Gaines, or Lloyd Gaines, an African American from Saint Louis, Missouri who was denied admission to the University of Missouri because of his race in the 1930s. The Gaines case was continued in effect in the late 1930s by Lucile Bluford, a fellow African American and journalist with the Kansas City Call newspaper.
NotesPage 262: "The high court's decision in the Gaines Case forced the states providing separate education for whites and Negroes to re-evaluate that policy and to lend more than tacit support to Negro education."
AuthorDaniel Kelleher
DateOctober 1, 1971
SourceJournal of Negro History
LocationSC 73: Collection of Magazine Article Photocopies
Volume56
Number4
Page262-271
See AlsoMicrofilm (Stacks)
Local SubjectGaines, Lloyd L.
Discrimination
Race Relations
Bluford, Lucile H.
Segregation
African Americans
Desegregation
IllustrationsN
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID209171
CONTENTdm number20062
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