A Chinese immigrant family’s lawsuit against Mississippi public school segregation, lost in 1927, ended up empowering the racist practice
The Lum family sued to get their daughter into a Mississippi school that authorities had deemed open only to whites, but they eventually lost their case in the U.S. Supreme Court. This defeat created a more powerful "precedent for segregation," said the author of a book about the lawsuit.
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