Little Rock Nine
Because of the ruling of the Brown v. Board of Education case, administrators did not see a problem in the integration of nine black students into Little Rock Central High School on September 3rd, 1957. The Governor of the city denied them the right to be brought into the school, and sent in national guards to prevent them from coming in. The NAACP brought this to court, and the judge said that these students would indeed be allowed in the school. The next day the nine students were escorted by police and still not let into the school. Finally, on September 23rd, the students were let into the school. For the whole year they attended the school with full military protection.