Wordless News: Desegregation On The Docket Every day this week, illustrator Maria Fabrizio will be creating an illustration inspired by a story she hears on Morning Edition. Today, the story that caught her ear was about how a federal judge in Little Rock, Ark., is considering a deal that would end the city's notorious school desegregation case.
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Decades Later, Desegregation Still On The Docket In Little Rock

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Wordless News: Desegregation On The Docket

Wordless News: Desegregation On The Docket

Maria Fabrizio
Decades Later, Desegregation Still On The Docket In Little Rock
Maria Fabrizio

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Decades Later, Desegregation Still On The Docket In Little Rock

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Every day, illustrator Maria Fabrizio posts a news-inspired image on her Wordless News blog. This week, all of her pictures will be inspired by stories she hears on Morning Edition.

Today, Debbie Elliott's story caught her ear: It's about a federal judge in Little Rock, Ark., who is considering a deal that would end one of the longest running and most notorious school desegregation cases in the country. Click the audio player to hear the story.