Focusing on specialist schools for students with disability misunderstands the royal commission report’s point and misses its major implications for all schools.
Education segregation could continue for Australia’s young people for at least another generation – and possibly longer – in light of the disability royal commission recommendations.
The interplay between diversity and urban planning in Sudan has created vibrant cityscapes, but also led to segregation and division.
For the formerly enslaved Black people in Texas, Juneteenth meant more than freedom. It meant reuniting families and building schools and developing political power.
While Bryant Donham was never charged for her involvement in Till’s death, the Justice Department continued to investigate the case and consider the potential for an arrest as recently as 2021.
Parents who had positive experiences in school often select schools for their children that are similar to the ones they attended – but if they had a bad experience they avoid those kinds of schools.
Bayard Rustin led a long and complicated life dedicated to the fight for equal rights. Targeted by the FBI, Rustin became a close adviser to Martin Luther King Jr.
Voter demographics and policy priorities are two recurrent, big issues on Election Day – but shifts in election administration and voting laws are new challenges influencing the midterms.
What’s at stake when Americans lose faith in the legitimacy of the Supreme Court?
In the civil rights era, ‘Reverse Freedom Rides’ were more than just a political stunt. They were part of a systematic effort to deprive Black Americans of their livelihoods and force them out.
Different views of gentrification drive divisions that keep school activists separated by race.
A scholar of literature sees striking parallels between contemporary book bans in the US and those that took place in South Africa during apartheid.
When Rosa Parks was arrested for sitting in the front of a bus in Montgomery, Fred Gray was her lawyer. Now he’s being honored for a lifetime of civil rights advocacy.
Inspired by her own experience with the education system, a professor of sociology explores how race and racism influence school choice and education.
The Brown v. Board of Education case, which resulted in the Supreme Court outlawing school segregation, originally started in Clarendon County, South Carolina.
Though the 1954 Brown v. Board ruling required the integration of public education, US schools remain separated by race.
Solitary confinement is still a common feature of prisons across Canada and in its most populous province, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s a practice that amounts to torture.
Local control over school funding leads to uneven resources between districts, two legal scholars maintain.
College presidents worked both at the forefront and behind the scenes in fighting for African Americans’ civil rights in the 1960s.
The Asian American actress rose to fame in an era when white actors in yellowface were more likely to play Asian characters than Asian ones.