Chief Justice Earl Warren made his first public remarks following the Brown v. Board decision at the College of William & Mary. He spoke at the Marshall-Wythe Blackstone Ceremonies commemorating the celebration of the beginning of the John Marshall Bicentennial Year held on the William & Mary campus September 25, 1954. The event received some regional and local press coverage. Below is an article from the Sunday Star (a DC paper) on the speech courtesy of the Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library at the College of William & Mary. - Ed.