Unformatted text preview: They may be provided in a manner, which doesn’t create, maintain or foster segregation. There is no prohibition of courses teaching the cultural background and heritages of various racial and ethnic groups. This kind of teaching can benefit all who receive it. District Court concluded: “…that response may well be decisive in determining whether San Francisco is to be divided into hostile racial camps, breeding greater violence in the streets, or is to become a more unified city demonstrating its historic capacity for diversity without dismay.” The San Francisco school children are to accept change without anger; they deserve no less than whole-hearted support of their elders. The decree was strenuously opposed....
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- Fall '08
- San Francisco, Supreme Court of the United States, Brown v. Board of Education, Guey Heung Lee