I Am Vulnerable Because I’m Disabled, Not Because I’m a Woman

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Erin Kelly reveals the detrimental impact of gender stereotyping on both men and women with disabilities.

REsegregation? Race and Education 1954 to 2014

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Warren Blumenfeld considers the different languages of “Race” and school REsegregation since Brown v Board of Education.

Racial Segregation Returns to US Schools, 60 Years After the Supreme Court Banned it

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As the US marks the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown vs Board of Education ruling, some of the country’s schools remain racially divided.

He Was A Good Man: How Do You Want to be Remembered?

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I’ve never really cared about my legacy, and then I read the obituary of a crazy racist.

28 Black People You Probably Don’t Know About (But You Should)— Orrin Evans

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The journalist who helped end segregation in the military also published the first comic book with black heroes and black creators.

Ole Miss Fraternity Suspended for Hanging a Noose on Statue of Civil Rights Hero

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Three students who hung a noose around James Meredith’s statue reveal how little progress the school has made since its segregation days.

I Have a Dream: That it Won’t Be $1 For Me and $0.57 For You

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In some ways, the racial wealth divide is worse now than it was when Martin Luther King Jr. was fighting for economic equality.

“People ALWAYS assume she is the nanny…”

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This Comment by Denise on the post 9 Things I Want to Say (But Don’t) to Your Curious Yet Racially-Charged Microaggressions Against Me & My Children

The N-Word and Education Reform

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Tim Brown believes that, “Cultural sensitivity should be a block of granite in the foundation of our education system, taught annually and comprehensively.”

How the Feds Failed to Integrate Westchester County

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Far from being a new chapter, the tale of Westchester replicates the long history of the Fair Housing Act, in which federal officials have repeatedly backed down from strong enforcement when confronted by determined local opposition.