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While desegregation was ruled unconstitutional six decades ago, one Mississippi town is finally getting justice for their school system.
Black kids have been getting sub-par education for too long, judge rules.
A number of white supremacists' tweets were broadcast at the convention.
A federal judge ruled Monday to end Arkansas’ desegregation payments to three school districts in the Little Rock area. Here are five things to know about the decision that will go into effect in four years.
A federal judge has approved a settlement allowing the state of Arkansas to stop making payments to three Little Rock-area school districts to aid their desegregation efforts.
Sixty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that segregation of public schools was illegal in the case of Brown v. Board of Education. Take a look at how school districts handled desegregation efforts since then.
Brown v. Board of Education, landmark desegregation case, is decided by the U.S. Supreme Court on May 17, 1954.
Fifty years ago, civil rights leaders and white business owners joined forces to end segregation.
The Supreme Court orders immediate school desegregation on Oct. 29, 1969.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is demanding the Department of Justice drop a lawsuit that will block the state from giving vouchers to school districts next year that are still under desegregation court orders.