HIS324 week3 1

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Du Bois predicted that the problem of the 20th century would be the "color line." Do you think the color line is still a problem in the 21st century? Why or why not? How does de facto segregation play a role in schools today? Is it a problem? Why or why not?

Yes, I believe that the "color line" is still a problem in the 21st century. It may not be an actual line, however, I know in my area there is somewhat a "color line" you have the nicer house in the more rural area which is predominantly a Caucasian neighborhood. And once you cross the railroad tracks you are in the urban area where the population is majority Black and Hispanic. De facto plays a role in the schools today because many of the poorer races live in the inner city and go to the inner city schools. Whereas the Caucasian...

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