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An Obama appointed judge has ordered a 41% white school in Mississippi to "desegregate" and merge with an almost entirely black school with only two non-black students.
Via the AP:
JACKSON, Miss. — After 51 years of litigation and three earlier plans to desegregate schools in a Mississippi Delta district, a federal judge says more work is still needed.
[...]Brown ordered the district to merge East Side High, where all but one student is black, with Cleveland High, where 48 percent of students are white and 45 percent are black. Similarly, the district must merge D.M. Smith Middle, where all but two students are black, with Margaret Green Junior High, where 41 percent of students are white and 54 percent are black. Across the entire 3,700-student district, about 29 percent of students are white and 67 percent are black. The state counts the remainder as Asian or Hispanic.In three different major newspapers -- the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Clarion Ledger -- not one single word seriously criticizing the decision was published, no interviews with parents, nothing. Yet a simple look at the comments on YouTube shows an entirely different picture, with students expressing fear over the plan and correctly pointing out their schools already are heavily integrated.
In April, I covered the story of Giovanni Micheli, a white student in New York who said he was assaulted and harassed at a majority Hispanic and black school "for being white." The state settled with Micheli just a week later.
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