Segregation with the sanction of law
While this case famously overturned Plessy v. Ferguson, it also established ruled that de jure segregation is a big fuck you the Equal Protection clause found in the Fourteenth Amendment.
Soon after Brown v. Board of Education, we see the Jim Crow Laws of the 1870s smacked down in the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Jim Crow Laws were a primary example of de jure segregation.
De facto segregation, meanwhile, is simply a result of prevailing social conditions, however sad that may be.
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