City to stop racial segregation schools

World May 17, 2016 21:15

cleveland - A small town in the US state of Mississippi must put an end to the segregation of races in schools. This has given a Judge, US media reported Tuesday.

More than sixty years ago the Supreme Court ruled segregation in schools was unconstitutional, but the implementation of that decision came in the town of Cleveland few justified. A group of black parents filed a lawsuit in the sixties and was vindicated. But a thousand angry whites went to protest to the streets and since then there has been little progress.

Cleveland (about 12 000 inhabitants) is bisected by a railroad. On one side of the track are almost exclusively black schools with pupils, the white children go to the other school. The Cleveland right now commissioned to merge the schools. Loitering is not there: the school board has three weeks had time to present a plan.
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The board of the school district is still considering a possible appeal.

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