Lucy v. Adams, 350 U.S. 1 (1955), was a U.S. Supreme Court case that successfully established the right of all citizens to be accepted as students at the University of Alabama. The case involved black citizens Autherine Lucy and Polly Anne Myers, who ...


U.S. Supreme Court. Lucy v. Adams, 350 U.S. 1 (1955). Lucy v. Adams. No. ... The injunction which the District Court issued in this case, but suspended ... color, the right to enroll in the University of Alabama and pursue courses of study there.


Lucy v. Adams, 134 F. Supp. 235 (N.D. Ala. 1955) case opinion from the US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.


Petitioners, Autherine J. Lucy and Polly Anne Myers, citizens of Alabama, have been seeking admission to the University of Alabama since September 1952.


The plaintiffs are citizens of Jefferson County, Alabama. Plaintiff Lucy attended Linden Academy at Linden, Alabama, from which institution she graduated in ...


Autherine Lucy and the University of Alabama. Thurgood ... Marshall had helped win the 1954 landmark Supreme Court desegregation case, Brown v. Board of ...


Mar 21, 2008 ... Alabama (357 U.S. 449) was the landmark case in which the U.S. Supreme ... Autherine Lucy, Thurgood Marshall, and Arthur Shores NAACP v.


Historian Nora Sayre wrote in Previous Convictions, “The Autherine Lucy case ... the University of Alabama owes much to the legacy of Autherine Lucy Foster. ... Then in May of 1955, the U.S. Supreme Court, ruling in the matter of Brown v. the  ...


The University of Alabama was founded in 1831. ... to an end, Marshall and Shores launched what would become a three-year legal effort — Lucy and Myers vs.