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President Speaks at Brown v Board of Education Natl Historic Site
President George W. Bush talks about segregation during the 50th anniversary of Brown V. Board of Education at the national historic site named in its honor in Topeka, Kan., Monday, May 17, 2004. "The color of your skin determined where you could get your hair cut, which hospital ward you could be treated in, which park or library you could visit, or who you could go fishing with. And children were instructed early in the customs of racial division -- at schools where they never saw a face of another color," said the President.

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