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Filing suit against the District was a final attempt to secure integrated public schools. Their fear was that this would lead to resegregation.
Their plan involved enlisting the support of fellow NAACP members and personal friends as plaintiffs in what would be a class action suit filed against the Board of Education of Topeka Public Schools. They believed that with this type of choice white parents would shift their children to other schools creating predominately African American or predominately white schools.
The Historic Psychiatry Collection includes documents pertaining to mental health and psychiatry dating back to1774.
The archives also contains the papers of Menninger family members, including Charles F.
They spoke to the young people in the crowd, telling them how they can get more involved and to not let their age act as a barrier to activism.
There is a large quantity of photographs and audiovisual materials.
In the fall of 1950 members of the Topeka, Kansas, Chapter of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) agreed to again challenge the "separate but equal" doctrine governing public education. the United States Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision that it was unconstitutional, violating the 14th amendment to separate children in public schools for no other reason than their race. The Board of Education helped change American forever.
In response to numerous unsuccessful attempts to ensure equal opportunities for all children, African American community leaders and organizations stepped up efforts to change the education system.
Menninger developed innovative approaches for treating mentally ill patients, was one of the leaders in training psychiatrists and helping veterans' hospitals and law enforcement agencies incorporate information about mental illness into staff training.
Institutional records date from the 1920s but are strongest for the years 1940-1999, with a large quantity of the records being from the 1970s through the 1990s.