“Integration was a Solution to Segregation, but Integration does not Address Quality Education”: A Conversation About School Desegregation with Dr. Michael A. Middleton
by Sarah Diem & Jeffrey Brooks - 2013
We conclude this special issue reflecting back on the history of desegregation and questioning how we move forward in trying to achieve racially integrated school settings. The epilogue includes a conversation with Dr. Michael A. Middleton, an expert in civil rights and employment discrimination and served as the lead counsel for plaintiffs in the St. Louis metropolitan school desegregation litigation. Dr. Middleton discusses the history, current status, and future of school desegregation.
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