This story comes to us from the state of California, which, ironically, was the first state to desegregate schools, seven years before the game-changing Brown vs. Board of Education decision. Did you know that? Watch the video below:
From Pasadena Star News:
Parents and students of Pasadena High School are furious after the school’s principal thought it would be a good idea to have segregated assemblies, according to the Pasadena Star News. The separate assemblies was an attempt to motivate Latino and African-American students to improve their test scores but only resulted in outraging parents and the student body.