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Why Don't Louisiana Public Schools Teach About The 1953 Bus Boycott?

Before the Montgomery bus boycott, Black people in Baton Rouge challenged Jim Crow laws

Photo Credit | Louisiana Civil Rights Trail

In Louisiana, public high schools dedicate a small window of time to discuss the Civil Rights Era, typically during Black history month —…




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Allison Gaines

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