racial segregation

In Greensboro, North Carolina, the vice president takes a seat Rosa Parks once occupied after the counter became part of a civil rights museum.
Courts ended legal segregation long ago, but Jim Crow language remains preserved in Alabama's lengthy constitution.
Communities around the country are creating new, whiter districts.
The 2020 Democrat who was bused as a child said America's schools are "as segregated, if not more segregated today than when I was in elementary school."
The senator called out the former vice president for his recent nostalgic recollections of working with segregationists.
The release of the 2020 presidential hopeful's proposal coincides with the anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision.
Should cities invest in neighborhoods with the greatest need, or those likely to prosper?
Fifty years ago, civil rights advocates hoped the passing of the Fair Housing Act would finally end racial segregation. It hasn’t.
Congress passed the Fair Housing Act shortly after King was assassinated, but America’s segregation levels are still high.
Linda Brown was the young girl at the center of the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision that would end legal school segregation.