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Oral history interview with Ferdinand Pearson covering their role and impressions of the Brown v. Board case. Ferdinand was often kept out of school to help with the family's farm. He attended Bob Johnson School, and had to walk between five to eight miles to get to the school. Some of Ferdinand's siblings were involved in the civil rights lawsuit centered around transportation to and from school for African American children, the case later became known as the Briggs case.

Date: May 17, 1995

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Item Number: 514639
Call Number: Brown v. Topeka Board of Education Oral History Collection, Coll. # 251
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 514639

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