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Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada, 305 U.S. 337 (1938), was a United States Supreme Court decision holding that states that provided a school to white students had to provide in-state education to blacks as well. States could satisfy this requirement by allowing blacks and whites to attend the same school or creating a ...

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Lloyd Gaines graduated from Lincoln University, a public university specifically for black students, in 1935. Because Lincoln University did not have a law school, he applied to the University of Missouri Law School. He was refused admission and told that admitting him would be contrary to Missouri's state constitution, laws , ...

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305 U.S. 337. Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada (No. 57). Argued: November 9, 1938. Decided: December 12, 1938. 342 Mo. 121; 113 S.W.2d 783, reversed. Syllabus; Opinion, Hughes; Separate, Mcreynolds. Syllabus. 1. The State of Missouri provides separate schools and universities for whites and negroes. At the state ...

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U.S. Supreme Court. Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada, 305 U.S. 337 (1938). Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada. No. 57. Argued November 9, 1938. Decided December 12, 1938. 305 U.S. 337. Syllabus. 1. The State of Missouri provides separate schools and universities for whites and negroes. At the state university,  ...

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Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada was cited in Brown v. Board of Education, which outlawed legal segregation in educational facilities in 1954. It was also instrumental in the eventual integration of the University of Missouri in 1950. To honor his struggle for civil rights, the university renamed its Gaines/Oldham Black Culture ...

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Gaines marked a turning point in the reevaluation of the "separate but equal" standard that had been the law of the land since the infamous Plessy v. Ferguson decision in 1896. Lloyd Gaines was an African American resident of Missouri who sought admission to the all-white state university law school. In his quest, Gaines ...

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Appellant. Lloyd L. Gaines. Appellee. S. W. Canada, Registrar of the University of Missouri. Appellant's Claim. That rejection of an African American applicant by the all-white University of Missouri Law School violates equal protection under the law as mandated by the Fourteenth Amendment. Chief Lawyers for Appellant.

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…the U.S. Supreme Court. In State ex rel. Gaines v. Canada (1938), Houston argued that it was unconstitutional for Missouri to exclude blacks from the state's university law school when, under the “separate but equal” provision, no comparable facility for blacks existed within the state. Houston's efforts to dismantle the…