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Don’t little Maddie and Connor just deserve the best education, by which I mean not having too many of those kids in class with them? I can’t imagine anything as important as that….. Of course, that usually leads to the replication of racism and segregation in the schools. This has been just as big a […]
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Recreating Jim Crow

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On May 11, 2018
Despite how we look to Brown v. Board as a critical moment in American history–which of course it is–it’s important to remember that for most American students, integrated schools never happened. With whites moving to the suburbs and the rise of evangelical Christian schools–a phenomenon that was a direct response to Brown–millions of white parents […]
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Desegregation Has Never Happened

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On December 14, 2017
This nation has flat out never integrated and liberal whites are as responsible for it as conservative whites. Using tract-level census data for 24 large metro areas, my co-authors and I examined whether neighborhood race conforms to the traditional 20th century pattern of non-white (largely black) city centers and white suburbs. We also observed to […]
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