Black higher education after the Civil War | The Weekly Challenger In “From Slavery to Freedom: A History of Negro Americans,” initially published in 1947, John Hope Franklin and Alfred A. Moss, Jr., examined the history of Negro education during and after the Reconstruction era.

In “From Slavery to Freedom: A History of Negro Americans,” initially published in 1947, John Hope Franklin and Alfred A. Moss, Jr., examined the history of Negro education during and after the Reconstruction era.

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Marvin Gaye Recreation Center Opens with Fanfare | AFRO On May 5, D.C. officials cut the ribbon on the $14 million recreation center named after the Motown legend who grew up in the District and attended Cardozo High School.

On May 5, D.C. officials cut the ribbon on the $14 million recreation center named after the Motown legend who grew up in the District and attended Cardozo High School.

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A Witness to the Desegregation—and Resegregation—of America’s Schools | The Atlantic Rebecca Palacios began teaching soon after a landmark court case mandated integration of Latino schools—and watched the case's effects weaken over decades.

Rebecca Palacios began teaching soon after a landmark court case mandated integration of Latino schools—and watched the case’s effects weaken over decades.

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Happy slaves? The peculiar story of three Virginia school textbooks | Richmond Times-Dispatch If you were a Virginian between fourth and 11th grades from 1957 to the 1970s, you may well have gotten a dose of this official state history. The books were estimated to reach more than a million students.

If you were a Virginian between fourth and 11th grades from 1957 to the 1970s, you may well have gotten a dose of this official state history. The books were estimated to reach more than a million students.

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Why School Dress Codes Are Often Biased Against Black Girls | Slate At this point, it’s a well-established fact that there are vast disparities in how different children receive disciplinary action in school.

At this point, it’s a well-established fact that there are vast disparities in how different children receive disciplinary action in school.

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Here’s How to Find Out How Racist Your Kids’ School Is | Colorlines Your step-by-step guide to using the Department of Education’s latest data release to uncover—and address—the racial disparities in your district.

Your step-by-step guide to using the Department of Education’s latest data release to uncover—and address—the racial disparities in your district.

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Black churches and other institutions must open up schools serving our communities | New York Amsterdam News Economic and educational marginalization destroy the lives of Black youth and cause violence in our communities, as well as ultimately lead our youth into conflicts with the police.

Economic and educational marginalization destroy the lives of Black youth and cause violence in our communities, as well as ultimately lead our youth into conflicts with the police.

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