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The Legacy of Desegregation: The Struggle for Equality in Higher Education

The Legacy of Desegregation: The Struggle for Equality in Higher Education (Hardback)

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The book analyzes the struggle of African Americans to gain access and equity in higher education in the United States. It chronicles some of the history prior to court ordered segregation and traces the mandate to desegregate by following the Adams v. Richardson (1973) case, which ordered the dismantling of dual systems of higher education.

Rebeka Maples is former Instructor at The Ohio State University, USA, former Instructor at Methodist Theological School, USA, and former Assistant Professor at Capital University, USA.

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