Master of Arts (MA)
The vast majority of schools that have been subject to desegregation orders are located in the South. The official levels of state sponsored segregation by southern governments made the South unique. The South was a distinctive region when it came to racial brutality and resistance to racial integration. The American South is where the battle for school integration was fought with figures like George Wallace pledging segregation forever. What impact does the history of segregation have on southern schools today in relation to racial gaps in our education system? This analysis takes a look at the impact of historic state sponsored racial segregation on various education outcomes in the American South.
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Williams, Jerel, ""What do separate and unequal schools look like in the 21st century? The legacy of state sponsored racial segregation in the South"" (2013). LSU Master's Theses. 3141.
Davis, Belinda C.