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Black Parents Say Alabama City Resegregated Schools

A group of African-American parents has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Troy School District in Alabama for re-segregating classrooms. The plaintiffs say the district’s policy of “parent choice,” which allows parents to choose their children’s teachers and classmates, is unconstitutional.  (Photo: AL.COM /Landov)

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