Racial Equity Resource Guide


Why Racial Integration Remains an Imperative

Organization: Poverty and Race Research Action Council

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This article argues that racial integration must still be an imperative. Since the end of concerted efforts to enforce Brown v. Board of Education in the 1980s, activists, politicians, pundits, scholars and the American public have advocated nonintegrative paths to racial justice. A avoidance of integration is found across the whole American political spectrum.

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