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New York School Segregation: Past and Present

60 years later, the buck is still being passed around.

The setting: New York City.

The premise: city schools are racially segregated.

Racial matters are gaining more traction. Parents and students vocalize their dislike of racial segregation in schools. Pressure starts mounting against the residing…



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Ikram Al Mouaswas

Consultant by pay, writer by passion. Love listening to podcasts, books, and people. All about philosophy and psychology of life, happiness and humans.