Teachers Weigh the Impact of 'Brown' Decision

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Katherine Butler and Addie Laws attended segregated schools and later taught in them. Both stayed in education long enough to see the changes that came over the decades. They reflect on what was gained — and what was lost — in the societal transformation brought on by the Supreme Court's Brown vs. Board of Education decision. Jessica Jones of WUNC reports.



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