This problem is not merely a big city urban problem. The problem is just as severe in smaller cities. It is institutional racism as its worst, and it is targeting the most vulnerable people in the Black community. Clearly something has to be done about this problem, but what? Activists and integrationists have been reforming education for years. After the Civil Rights Movement fought to integrate public schools, most white people across the South and in large urban centers in the North and West either sent their children to private schools or moved to mostly white suburbs. Integration, loved so much by liberals, never really happened at the K-12 level. Black and other minority communities cannot afford to listen to liberals and their solutions because, quite clearly, they do not work.