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Race and Education in New Orleans: Creating the Segregated City


reviewed by Adah Ward Randolph - February 15, 2019

coverTitle: Race and Education in New Orleans: Creating the Segregated City
Author(s): Walter C. Stern
Publisher: Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge
ISBN: 0807169188, Pages: 376, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 15, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22674, Date Accessed: 11/20/2019 12:14:16 PM

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  • Adah Ward Randolph
    Ohio University
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    ADAH WARD RANDOLPH is Professor and EDRE Program Coordinator in the Department of Educational Studies in the Patton College of Education at Ohio University. Her recent publications include "De Facto Segregation In the Urban North: Voices of African American Teachers and Principals on Employment, Students and Community in Columbus, OH, 1940 to 1980" in Urban Education and "Teaching and Learning as a Principled Act: How Ethel T. Overby Built Foot Soldiers of the Civil Rights Movement, 1910-1957" in Principled Resistance: How Teachers Solve Ethical Dilemmas (Harvard University Press). Dr. Ward Randolph is currently completing a book on the life of Ethel T. Overby.
 
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