With scant oversight, schools in the South are becoming segregated once again

By Moyers & Company
Saturday, May 3, 2014 11:30 EDT
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The desegregation of America’s schools was one of the crowning achievements of the civil rights movement. But getting there was a wrenching process that threatened to tear apart the very fabric of our society. In the South, the first African-American…

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