University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Justiciability of State Law School Segregation Claims "
Date Jul 31, 2018
Author Will Stancil; Jim Hilbert
Author Institution Mitchell Hamline School of Law
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Abstract Courts have always been the final repository of hope for parents
and students who feel that their schools are consigning them to
second-class citizenship. In the United States, no modern
educational injustice has a longer or more abusive history than racial
segregation, and its effective redress has proven all but impossible
without occasional judicial intervention. Now, concerned parents
are finding new legal avenues towards desegregating their schools,
by relying on state courts and constitutions.

This Resource Relates To
case Cruz-Guzman v. Minnesota (SD-MN-0002)

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