How, after 60 Years, Brown v. Board of Education has kept schools segregated

Op/Ed by Howard Eagle Story Detail Howard Eagle howard.eagle90@gmail.com After the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case of 1954, as the country, and specifically public schools, pretended to supposedly integrate, thousands of historic, all-black, public schools were broken up, especially in the South. In addition, thousands upon thousands of black educators (many of … Continue reading How, after 60 Years, Brown v. Board of Education has kept schools segregated