dec 5, 1959 - Supreme Court Decision in Boynton v. Virginia
The case overturned a judgment convicting an African American law student for trespassing by being in a restaurant in a bus terminal which was "whites only". The Supreme Court in a 7-2 decision, decided in the case Boynton v. Virginia that segregation on vehicles that travel between states is unlawful and unconstitutional because it is in violation of the Interstate Commerce Act.
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