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Note: This post covers American schools, but not universities, from 1954 to 2007: In the early 1900s most blacks in America were required by law to go to separate schools than whites. These schools...
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America needs to hear these stories.
Check the part with Bill Russell about half way through.
It's about segregation vs integration and migration vs immigration; about moving out of the Jim Crow South; and about the move from no education to Harvard education.
For most of U.S. history there have been segregationists. Today you don't hear of them so much because times have changed - or have they?
Can it be that the those families who used to preach separate but equal, are now the families who are anti-immigrant?