Revisiting Topeka
Tuesday, May. 11, 2004; 5:02 PM

Fifty years after the landmark Supreme Court decision to end segregation in public schools, residents of Topeka, Kan., including some who lived through the painful process of integration, have a lot to say about the impact of Brown v. the Board of Education of Topeka in the city where it all began.

Interviews with:

Rocco Gutierrez, Topeka High School senior

Ned Nusbaum, retired Topeka public schools administrator

Carolyn Wims-Cambpell, former Topeka High School Student

Merrill R. Ross, retired Topeka public school teacher

W.L. Sawyer, current superintendent for Topeka Public Schools

Shelby Keatley, 6th grade Topeka student





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washingtonpost.com video: Christina Pino-Marina / washingtonpost.com
Reporter: Ann Marchand / washingtonpost.com

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