The Five Cases to make it to the Supreme Court during this time were the cases of Belton(Bulah) V. Gebhart, Briggs V. Elliott, Plessy V. Fergunson, Davis V. County School Board of Prince Edward County and Bolling V. Sharpe.
- Belton(Bulah) V. Gebhart: Black students not being able to attend a local school- Instead directed to Wilmington, DE. The judge made 4 school counties. However blacks going to school declined.
- Briggs V. Elliott: Sequel to Belton V. Gebhart
- Plessy V. Fergunson: 1896 case. A black male last named Plessy sat on an all white train, and since he was black he got arrested. While on trial, Plessy was found guilty. Thnking that was unfair, Plessy filed a petition for rights of prohibition and certiori in the Supreme Court. He believed the 13th and 14th amendment saved him, but the Supreme Court thought so otherwise.
- Davis V. County School Board of Prince Edward County: After the Brown case, the students were still treated unfairly. Case won.
- Bolling V. Sharpe: Petition on the school system. Did not go to Supreme Court. However, case won