June 16, 2014

Denying an education for the worth of a parent

Sixty years ago this past May, a unanimous Warren Court handed down Brown v. Board of Education holding that, “separate educational facilities (for different races) are inherently unequal.” Segregation in public schools was outlawed, busing happened, balances were created and thus did all children receive an equal education allowing them the same opportunities to compete, succeed and flourish.

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