By Nikole Hannah-Jones, New York Times “It’s something we Americans like to call coming full circle. But a circle returns to its beginning, and so, as is almost always the case when it comes to race in America, the victories would not be complete, nor would they be permanent. Nowhere is this more true than when it comes to schools.”
by AnnMarie Welser, Flatland KCPT A reporter from Kansas City PBS responds to a viewer's question about school integration with a map of the black, hispanic and white enrollment in local schools. Not providing a conclusion, she suggests that readers use the data to form their own.
by Sandy Hausman, Aired on NPR affiliate WVTF at Virginia Tech An interview with Brian Daugherity, a professor at Virginia Commonwealth, about his new book on desegregation in Virginia, which highlights some unsung leaders and their strategies for success. Aired on NPR affiliate WVTF. Read or listen to the interview.