- 60 years after the Supreme Court declared segregated schools to be unconstitutional, segregation by race and social class continues to hinder achievement of genuine educational and economic equality in the United States.
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- This 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington is an occasion to reflect on the ways in which Dr. King's leadership provoked change among individuals, institutions and our nation.
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- D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's new program awarding need-based scholarships to D.C. residents redresses a longstanding injustice in financial aid policy for D.C. residents!
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- On the 50th anniversary of the integration of the University of Mississippi, racism remains a shameful national problem and barrier to the achievement of justice for all.
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- D.C.'s elected leaders must hold themselves to a higher standard, and the citizens of the city must demand greater accountability to improve the reputation of the District.
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- Congratulations to Dr. Cynthia Greer, associate professor of Counseling, upon her receipt of the C. Harold McCully Award of the D.C. Counseling Association! Her acceptance remarks highlight the centrality of the value of social justice in the work of counselors.
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