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Equal Opportunity and School Desegregation

Robert PochRobert Poch, senior fellow in the Department of Postsecondary Teaching and Learning, chaired a session on Equal Opportunity and School Desegregation at the annual meeting of the Organization of Educational Historians this month in Chicago. He also presented a paper, "Intercepting Justice: The Historical Use of Interposition and Nullification in Blocking Educational Desegregation" during the meeting. Poch's article, "Shaping Freedom's Course: Charles Hamilton Houston, Howard University, and Legal Instruction on U.S. Civil Rights" also appears this month in the American Educational History Journal, Volume 39.

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