Desegregation Unravel Hancock: Chapter Analysis

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How School Desegregation Unraveled Lynnell Hancock discusses the town of Greenville, Mississippi; where in 1966 was named one of the cities where desegregation would strive the most. Greenville was a diverse community; desegregation was happening slowly but parents were dissatisfied failing a lawsuit in federal court. The federal judge requested a new plan in 1969 and changes started to occur, both good and bad. Many of the white parents were unhappy and started to send their children to private schools, parochial schools, and boarding schools. The author wonders what would happen if the lawsuit didn’t occur and Greenville would not be one of the poorest school districts today. Also, that parents got in the way of the success of desegregation …show more content…
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