Mississippi Senator Attended School Set Up After High Court Ordered Desegregation NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Jackson Free Press reporter Ashton Pittman who reported that Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith attended an all-white private school.
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Mississippi Senator Attended School Set Up After High Court Ordered Desegregation

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Mississippi Senator Attended School Set Up After High Court Ordered Desegregation

Mississippi Senator Attended School Set Up After High Court Ordered Desegregation

Mississippi Senator Attended School Set Up After High Court Ordered Desegregation

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NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Jackson Free Press reporter Ashton Pittman, who reported that Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith attended an all-white private school, one of many that were set up after the Supreme Court ordered schools to desegregate. Hyde-Smith faces challenger Mike Espy in a special runoff election on Tuesday.