Black Parents Take Control, Teachers Strike Back 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.
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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.

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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