Does Segregation Still Exist In Alabama Schools
How far have we really come? Rulings in 1954 ending desegregation laws across the South were intended to end segregation especially in our schools. Then the 1964 Civil Rights Act enabled federal agencies to withhold federal dollars from school districts that refused to desegregate.
Despite all the laws, rules, and regulations that have been put in place there are still some school districts that don’t comply in 2014. Read the story at Al.com.