Attorney General Holder: Segregation Has Reoccured in Our Schools

‘In too many of our school districts, significant divisions persist and segregation has reoccurred’

Attorney General Eric Holder, speaking at the Morgan State University commencement ceremony on Saturday: "Codified segregation of public schools has been barred since Brown. But in too many of our school districts, significant divisions persist and segregation has reoccurred – including zero-tolerance school discipline practices that, while well-intentioned and aimed at promoting school safety, affect black males at a rate three times higher than their white peers."
 

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