Mark Dorosin

University of North Carolina

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Managing attorney at the University of North Carolina's Center for Civil Rights

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In 1954, the  US Supreme Court ruled  that legally segregated public schools deprived African Americans of their 14th Amendment guarantee of an equal education.

School Desegregation: 60 Years Later

In 1954, the US Supreme Court ruled that legally segregated public schools deprived African Americans of their 14th Amendment guarantee of an equal education.

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