Black Parents Are Turning To Afrocentric Schools To Avoid Discrimination In Public Education

Posted On: January 12, 2019 | Published in: World News

Afrocentric schools have been championed by black educators who had traumatic experiences with integration as far back as the 1960s and by young black families who say they recently experienced coded racism and marginalization in integrated schools. Both groups have been disappointed by decades of efforts to address inequities in America’s largest school system.