Exhibit Uses Woodland Hills' Experience to Examine U.S. School Segregation

By Staff Reports | Posted in: Announcements, Podcast

It's been 65 years since the Supreme Court's Brown vs. Board of Education decision that forbid public schools from being segregated along racial lines.

Yet according to several national studies, U.S. schools are now more racially segregated now than at any time since the 1980s.

Last week on "Two Rivers, 30 Minutes," we talked to Katie Fuller, one of the curators of an exhibit currently at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center, now through July 21. "Race and Revolution: Still Separate, Still Unequal" looks at school segregation in the northeastern United States --- including in the Mon Valley at Woodland Hills School District.

You can listen here.

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Originally published June 28, 2019.

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