Brown v. Board of Education was a landmark Supreme Court case that transformed the landscape of American education and marked a significant step forward in the fight against racial segregation. As we commemorate the 69th anniversary of this historic ruling, we reflect on its enduring impact on civil rights and equal opportunity. In Topeka, the city where the case originated, the community comes together each year to celebrate this milestone through a series of events and activities. From panel discussions and educational workshops to art exhibitions and cultural performances, Topeka ensures that the spirit of Brown v. Board resonates throughout the year. These events serve as reminders of the progress mde and the ongoing work required to achieve true equality in our society.

Please check back regularly to see all updated events coming up! A dedicated website will soon be live.