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Desegregation at Kansas City's Central High School: Illuminating the African American student experience through oral history

@inproceedings{Poos2014DesegregationAK,
  title={Desegregation at Kansas City's Central High School: Illuminating the African American student experience through oral history},
  author={Bradley W. Poos},
  year={2014}
}
Central High School, the oldest high school in Kansas City, serves as an example of how radically education in Kansas City, Missouri, has changed over the course of the last 150 years. Beginning as part of Kansas City, Missouri’s, segregated public school system, Central was the city’s first all-white high school and remained as such for the better part of ninety years. In 1955, following the Brown v. Board of Education decision, the Kansas City, Missouri, School district began a process of… 

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