NOW Rallies to Save Affirmative Action

Afriyie, Rose
January 2007
National NOW Times;Winter2007, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p6
The article reports that the National Organization for Women (NOW) have rallied outside the U.S. Supreme Court to promote diverse student bodies and prevent segregation in public schools in Louisville, Kentucky, and Seattle, Washington. NOW President Kim Gandy addressed the crowd to stand up against segregation of all kinds. The two school districts in the cases struggle with radically segregated schools resulting from sharply segregated neighborhoods.


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