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Gary Orfield & Patricia Gándara | American’s Unrealized Potential: From Segregation to Successful Pluralism

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It is no coincidence that the pivotal Supreme Court decision launching the modern civil rights movement was an education case. Yet more than 60 years since the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education ruling, debates continue about the benefits of desegregating students and the broader community. Professors Orfield and Gándara (codirectors of the Civil Rights Project at UCLA) offer their perspective on best practices in American schools that promote democracy and equity in our pluralistic society.


Copresented with the Wayne Morse Center for Law & Politics, University of Oregon

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