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Will America's Schools Ever Be Desegregated?

Originally published in Pacific Standard on December 5, 2017, co-authored with Will Stancil.
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Only a few years ago, school desegregation was a topic confined to history books—a tumultuous chapter of the civil rights era, starting with  1,513 more words

60 years after Brown v. Board of Education, how racially balanced are America’s public schools?

’s been more than 60 years since the Supreme Court, in Brown v. Board of Education, ruled “separate but equal” schools unconstitutional. In that time, school populations have diversified, thanks in large part to an… 1,119 more words

Politics

History Set in Stone

From the beginning of America’s founding to the present, the topic of racism and slavery is still a conflicting argument. On the subject of confederate monuments, there are many that are opposed to the removal as it represents history and pays heritage to their ancestors. 972 more words

How Lawyers Should Use Trump's Racism Against Him

Bigots are mentally addled people. But it’s not so much a cognitive or IQ problem they share in common; it’s more a stew of intellectual sloth, chemical imbalance, personality disorders, and their culture’s celebration of prideful ignorance. 852 more words

Brendan Beery

The Freedom to Choose a School is Simply a Matter of Principle (Guest Blogger: Matt Halvorson)

In response to NAACP-American Federation of Teachers, Inc. ganging up on charter schools, dozens of articles and blogs have dedicated space to the NAACP-AFT, Inc. corporate merger and the subsequent beatdown of the greatest threat to their ill-gotten empire.  2,309 more words

School Choice

About that Malcolm Gladwell podcast

I know many people enjoyed Malcolm Gladwell’s recent podcast about the Brown v. Board of Ed decision (Revisionist History, S2 E3: Miss Buchanan’s Period of Adjustment).  1,507 more words

School Segregation