WASHINGTON ― Nearly 150 protesters crashed senators’ offices on Tuesday to confront them on their support for ’s judicial nominees who declined to say whether they thought Brown v. Board of Education was correctly decided.

The protest, organized by progressive groups Demand Justice and Center for Popular Democracy, targeted four senators ― Chris Coons (D-Del.), Susan Collins (R-Maine), Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.) ― who have voted to advance at least some of who, during their confirmation hearings, wouldn’t affirm the Supreme Court’s 1954 decision that led to the desegregation of public schools.

HuffPost tagged along with protesters as they flooded senators’ offices and essentially took over the front rooms as wide-eyed staffers looked like they wished they

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