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In this episode of Breaking Down Racism, a former PTA president of an East Village, New York City school speaks candidly about inequality in New York City’s public school system. What do you think about segregation in public schools? Tell us in the comment section below.
Produced/Directed/Written by: Alina Baboolal, Nicole Moore and Phuong Nguyen
Hosted/Executive Produced by: Robin J. Hayes, PhD
Recorded at The New School in New York City.
Students at Public School 188 in Manhattan 2009 by Annie Tritt courtesy The New York Times