Race, Law and Education in the Post-Desegregation Era: Four Perspectives on Desegregation and Resegregation
The purpose of this book is to re-examine the Supreme Court's school desegregation jurisprudence and examine the current educational situation of African-American school children with the realization that American society is in the Post-Desegregation Era.
The book advances discussion of racial issues by using the Post-Desegregation Awareness, a conscious awareness that racial phenomena are comprehended against a sub silentio background of a much larger set of ideas about race and ethnicity which limit and structure their perception. The book also examines the Court's school desegregation jurisprudence from the four different conceptual schemes considered by the Post-Desegregation Awareness: Traditional Americanism, African-American Centralism, Secular Individualism, and American Collectivism.
Carolina Academic Press
Segregation in education-Law and legislation-United States, Discrimination in education-Law and legislation-United States, United States-Race relations
Civil Rights and Discrimination | Education Law | Law
Brown, Kevin D., "Race, Law and Education in the Post-Desegregation Era: Four Perspectives on Desegregation and Resegregation" (2005). Books & Book Chapters by Maurer Faculty. 66.