Bradley v. School Board of City of Richmond
382 U.S. 103 (1965)

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Bradley v. School Board of City of Richmond, 382 U.S. 103 (1965)

Bradley v. School Board of City of Richmond

No. 415

Decided November 15, 1965*

382 U.S. 103


The lower court approved school desegregation plans for Hopewell and Richmond, Virginia, without full inquiry into petitioners' contention that faculty allocation on an alleged racial basis invalidated the plans.

Held: Petitioners were entitled to full evidentiary hearings on their contention, and such hearings should be held without delay.

Certiorari granted; 345 F.2d 310; 345 F.2d 325, judgments vacated and remanded.

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