As of next month 60 years will have passed since Brown v. Board of Education took place in Topeka, Kan. The landmark case ruled that "separate but equal" was in fact unequal, and all public schools began the desegregation process.
On today's Central Standard, host Gina Kaufmann discusses the history of education in the state of Kansas and why Topeka was the ideal setting for this case.
- Gretchen Eick, author of "Dissent in Wichita," professor emeritus at Friends University
- Nick Murray, park ranger at the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site