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But that was also the same year that courts began reversing desegregation policies.
Ahead of them was a lengthy court fight involving a 1965 desegregation lawsuit.
The author gives the last word to Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, the black CCNY psychologist whose work the Supreme Court cited in its 1954 school desegregation decision.
Conservative biblical interpretation became the hallmark of the rise of the religious right, a political force that rose in response to desegregation in the South, and Lyndon Johnson’s perceived betrayal of Southern Democrats.
King and hundreds of others are arrested in desegregation campaign in Albany, Ga. July 27: King is arrested at a prayer vigil in Albany and spends two weeks in jail.
But his parents did not protest the desegregation or remove him from the school.
White flight from schools and neighborhoods rose once federal desegregation statues were passed.
Locking minority children out of high-performing magnet schools is the most controversial practice in the effort to meet the Sheff desegregation mandate.
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