The Displacement of Black Educators Post-Brown: An Overview and Analysis

  title={The Displacement of Black Educators Post-Brown: An Overview and Analysis},
  author={Michael Fultz},
  journal={History of Education Quarterly},
  pages={11 - 45}
  • Michael Fultz
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • History of Education Quarterly
In 1951 three brief commentaries in the Journal of Negro Education drew public attention to the potentially tenuous job security of African-American educators in the South, Black professionals whose employment status was being called into question as southern educational institutions faced the prospect of desegregation. The specific incident which occasioned these commentaries was a December 1950 vote by the Board of Trustees of the University of Louisville to close the segregated, all-Black… Expand
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