Milliken v. Bradley, 418 U.S. 717 (1974), was a significant United States Supreme
Court case dealing with the planned desegregation busing of public school ...
Did federal courts have the authority to impose a multi-district desegregation plan
on schools outside the Detroit area?
Jul 24, 2014 ... Milliken v. Bradley began in 1970, when the NAACP sued the state of Michigan to
desegregate Detroit's schools. In particular, they wanted a ...
After this Court, in Milliken v. Bradley, 418 U.S. 717 (Milliken I), determined that
an inter-district remedy for de jure segregation in the Detroit school system ...
Nov 19, 2013 ... That lawsuit became Milliken v. Bradley, and it went to the Supreme Court after a
federal judge agreed that Detroit's schools needed to be ...
Jul 25, 2012 ... On July 25, 1974—only 38 years ago—the Supreme Court in Milliken v. Bradley
restricted its earlier decision about school busing, now holding ...
Sep 21, 2011 ... 20 Milliken v Bradley. Michigan Bar Journal. September 2011. Milliken v Bradley.
Verda Bradley worked hard to ensure a bright future for her ...
In Milliken I, the first major defeat for proponents of desegregation, the Supreme
Court ruled that surrounding suburban districts could not be ordered to help ...
Nov 12, 2013 ... The case eventually became Milliken v. Bradley, a seminal civil rights case that
nevertheless few people outside legal circles remember.
Summary of Milliken v. Bradley Citation: 418 U.S. 717 (1974) Relevant Facts:
Two decades after the Supreme Court declared that “separate but equal” schools