Segregation in Schools
It has been more than 60 years since the U.S. Supreme Court decided Brown v. Board of Education, holding that racial segregation in public schools violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Although desegregation efforts made incredible gains in the wake of Brown, a series of court-mandated integration orders were lifted in the 1990s and 2000s, allowing for the resegregation of schools nationwide. The ACLU Racial Justice Program uses litigation and advocacy tools to challenge segregation in both traditional public school districts and charter school programs, underlining the belief that desegregated schools are a necessary component of quality education.
- Blog Post - Speak FreelyOctober 18, 2018
- Blog Post - Speak FreelyJuly 9, 2018
- Blog Post - Speak FreelyMay 17, 2018
- Blog Post - Speak FreelyJuly 3, 2018
ACLU of Oklahoma Hosts Annual Meeting with Keynote Address by Former Corrections Director and Selects University of Oklahoma Student Group, “Unheard” to Receive 2015 Angie Debo Civil Liberties AwardNews/Press ReleaseApril 15, 2015