ERIC Number: ED111064
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: N/A
The Continuing Challenge: The Past and the Future of Brown v. Board of Education. A Symposium (1st, Notre Dame, Indiana, March 21-22, 1974).
Notre Dame Univ., IN. Center for Civil Rights.; Integrated Education Associates, Evanston, IL.
This booklet is a compilation of presentations made by participants in a March 1974 symposium on implications of the United States Supreme Court's 1954 school desegregation decision in Brown v. Board of Education. The first day of the conference consisted of several presentations by individuals who played important roles in the Supreme Court's consideration of the case, while the second day concentrated mainly on contemporary educational issues. Included in this publication are the texts of the following presentations: "Implications of Brown," by Phineas Indritz; "Twenty Years Later," by Constance Baker Motley; "Delaware's Contribution to Brown," by Louis L. Redding; "Speeding Reforms," by Joseph B. Robison; "Segregation Based on Language," by Jose A. Cabranes; "The Post-Brown Decades," by Richard G. Hatcher; "The Emerging Meanings of Equal Educational Opportunities," by David L. Kirp; "Outlook for the Future," by Brian K. Landsberg; "A New Look at Brown," by Ruby G. Martin; "Chicanos and Equal Educational Opportunity," by Vilma S. Martinez; "Desegregation at Midpoint," by Gary Orfield; "An Appeal for Unity," by Arthur J. Goldberg; and "The Message of Brown for White America," by Theodore M. Hesburgh. (JG)
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Conference Reports, Conferences, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education, Racial Discrimination, School Law, Social Change, Supreme Court Litigation
Integrated Education Associates, 2003 Sheridan Road, Evanston, Illinois 60201 (Free)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Notre Dame Univ., IN. Center for Civil Rights.; Integrated Education Associates, Evanston, IL.
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Brown v Board of Education