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Op-Ed: 65 years after Brown v. Board of Education, more work remains

By Maria Brenes, Executive Director of InnerCity Struggle, in collaboration with the Edward W. Hazen Foundation

“Three generations of children have gone through our schools since 1954, when Brown was decided. While there have been gains in educational achievement for black and brown students, they have not kept pace with that of white students. It is up to us to ensure that children are no longer subject to that inequity.”

Read the full op-ed in the Los Angeles Daily News >>