Seperate and Unequal - FRONTLINE REPORTS (View original topic)


Posted 07 August 2014 - 11:13 PM

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This is from a PBS/Frontline edition that talks about the progress and challenges that remain in delivering a public education since Brown v. Board of Education. You are encouraged to click on the 'full screen' to view and the first chapter will be played here on You will be directed to the PBS video site for subsequent chapters. Enjoy.
</font><br><br>From the PBS site, this description: Sixty years after the Supreme Court declared separate schools for black and white children unconstitutional, school segregation is making a comeback. What’s behind the growing racial divide in American schools — and what’s the legacy of Brown v. Board of Education? In part two, Omarina's Story, FRONTLINE revisits a student who made the most of her "middle school moment". <BR><BR>

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