Brown v. Board of Education: 65 years later

A landmark 1954 Supreme Court case, now 65 years since—what have been the impacts and progress? The case and surrounding events are considered to be one of the cornerstones of the civil rights movement that helped establish the precedent that separate-but-equal education and other services were not in fact equal. Tune in for this episode to hear a discussion between guest host, Dr. Heather Bennett, director of equity services for PSBA, and Dr. Erica Frankenberg, associate professor of education for Penn State.

Additional Resources:

o             Voluntary Integration in the Age of Trump: A Q &A with NEPC Fellow Erica Frankenberg

o             Is Opportunity Knocking or Slipping Away? Racial Diversity and Segregation in Pennsylvania

o             Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka Kansas

 

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