Not Yet Free at Last: The Unfinished Business of the Civil Rights Movement: Our Battle for School Choice


The author argues that African Americans must take control of the local institutions that affect their lives. He provides a chronology of the Milwaukee school choice & educational reform movements from an African American perspective - exploring the century-old ideological clash between African American integrationists & African American nationalists as well as the 40-year old crusade by African American Milwaukeeans to secure quality education for their children.

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