More than half a century after Brown v. Board of Education, the fight for integrated schools has yet to be won. Across the United States, school systems remain racially segregated, and seemingly progressive cities are no exception. Produced by the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law at NYU School of Law, The Enduring Problem of School Segregation takes a look at racially segregated schooling and how it is on full display in New York City. Hear from civil rights attorneys, experts, and activists on why school segregation continues to plague our country—and how we can fight back.
Dennis Parker, National Center for Law and Economic Justice
Richard Buery, Jr., Achievement First
Anurima Bhargava, Anthem of Us
Tiffani Torres, Teens Take Charge