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Despite a skeptical Supreme Court and a growing separatist movement, many communities across the country are showing that a flexible approach to busing is still the best way to integrate schools.
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It took 150 years after America officially abolished slavery to get a national museum on the black experience.
Leaders of Oregon's Paiute tribe are demanding that authorities investigate whether the armed occupiers have stolen or damaged any of the protected artifacts housed at the wildlife refuge.
A provocative civil-rights case in Minnesota could influence school integration efforts nationally.
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