Collaboration: The True Spirit of Brown v. Board of Education

Frampton, Mary Louise
March 2004
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Spring2004, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p210
Academic Journal
Comments on the November 2003 symposium "Rekindling the Spirit of 'Brown v. Board of Education': A Call to Action." Objective of ensuring real equal opportunity for students of color in the future; Collaborative symposium issue produced by the "African-American Law & Policy Report," the "Asian Law Journal," the "Berkeley La Raza Law Journal," the "Berkeley Women's Law Journal" and the "California Law Review."


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