The 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case desegregated America's public schools, but most minority students still attend schools where they are the majority. Gwen Ifill talks to four experts (Sheryll Cashin, John McWhorter, Franklin Raines, Roger Wilkins) about the ways the landmark decision has brought about change, and the ways it has failed to do so.
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Length: 18 minutes
Copyright date: ©2004
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