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Why a Second Civil Rights Movement??? The first Civil Rights Movement from 1955 to 1968 began with the lynching of Emmitt Till in Mississippi and the Montgomery Bus Boycott and ended with Civil Rights laws and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, it opened the doors to equality but these doors were opened without equity. African Americans and other less privileged Why a Second Civil Rights Movement??? The first Civil Rights Movement from 1955 to 1968 began with the lynching of Emmitt Till in Mississippi and the Montgomery Bus Boycott and ended with Civil Rights laws and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, it opened the doors to equality but these doors were opened without equity. African Americans and other less privileged and oppressed communities were allowed to sit at the dinner table but were only allowed to eat crumbs or look upon while others feasted on meals. We were allowed to compete in the race of American education and economy, but we were given chains around our ankles, boulders upon our shoulders, and told to run. The Civil Rights Movement essentially won social equality, but educational equity was never achieved even to this day. In few places is this gross inequity more obvious, in few places is this more devastating, than in education funding. The funding inequity in American education is one of the greatest evils and injustices of our times. The underfunding of the education of millions of children has a lasting, pervading, and ruinous impact on society. While suburban and more affluent school districts are adequately funded and the children receive an education which nurtures their future dreams, the children of the inner-city and poor communities are deprived with underfunded schools which starve them into nightmares drained of hope and opportunity.


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Why a Second Civil Rights Movement??? The first Civil Rights Movement from 1955 to 1968 began with the lynching of Emmitt Till in Mississippi and the Montgomery Bus Boycott and ended with Civil Rights laws and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, it opened the doors to equality but these doors were opened without equity. African Americans and other less privileged Why a Second Civil Rights Movement??? The first Civil Rights Movement from 1955 to 1968 began with the lynching of Emmitt Till in Mississippi and the Montgomery Bus Boycott and ended with Civil Rights laws and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, it opened the doors to equality but these doors were opened without equity. African Americans and other less privileged and oppressed communities were allowed to sit at the dinner table but were only allowed to eat crumbs or look upon while others feasted on meals. We were allowed to compete in the race of American education and economy, but we were given chains around our ankles, boulders upon our shoulders, and told to run. The Civil Rights Movement essentially won social equality, but educational equity was never achieved even to this day. In few places is this gross inequity more obvious, in few places is this more devastating, than in education funding. The funding inequity in American education is one of the greatest evils and injustices of our times. The underfunding of the education of millions of children has a lasting, pervading, and ruinous impact on society. While suburban and more affluent school districts are adequately funded and the children receive an education which nurtures their future dreams, the children of the inner-city and poor communities are deprived with underfunded schools which starve them into nightmares drained of hope and opportunity.

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