Are integrated schools still needed?

August 1997
Jet;08/04/97, Vol. 92 Issue 11, p12
Presents the opinions of various black leaders on the question of whether integrated schools are still needed in the United States. Elaine R. Jones; Kweisi Mfume; Joseph E. Lowery; John Lewis; Ernest Green; Clarence Page; Michael Eric Dyson.


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