Black Parents Take Control, Teachers Strike Back : Code Switch In 1968, a vicious battle went down between white teachers and black and Puerto Rican parents in a Brooklyn school district. Many say the conflict brought up issues that have yet to be resolved more than fifty years later.

Black Parents Take Control, Teachers Strike Back

Black Parents Take Control, Teachers Strike Back

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In 1968, a vicious battle went down between white teachers and black and Puerto Rican parents in a Brooklyn school district. Many say the conflict brought up issues that have yet to be resolved more than fifty years later.

In 1968, a vicious battle went down between white teachers and black and Puerto Rican parents in a Brooklyn school district. Courtesy of Charles Isaacs hide caption

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In 1968, a vicious battle went down between white teachers and black and Puerto Rican parents in a Brooklyn school district.

Courtesy of Charles Isaacs