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Bob Stanton, board member of the Rosenwald National Parks Campaign

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Can We Talk About It? with Debi Ghate
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Before nine Black students took their first steps inside Little Rock Central High School in 1957, testing the Supreme Court’s Brown v. Board of Education ruling for the first time, the most important educational institutions for Black students in the South were the 4,977 Rosenwald Schools co-founded
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Before nine Black students took their first steps inside Little Rock Central High School in 1957, testing the Supreme Court’s Brown v. Board of Education ruling for the first time, the most important educational institutions for Black students in the South were the 4,977 Rosenwald Schools co-founded by philanthropist Julius Rosenwald. According to Robert Stanton, the vice board chair of the Julius Rosenwald National Park Campaign, these Rosenwald schools should be memorialized as national historic sites, just like Little Rock Central High School, so no one can forget their importance. This week, Stanton, who also served as head of the National Park Service, joins Debi Ghate for a conversation about his childhood in segregated Texas, his career in the National Park Service and the courageous parents who pushed for desegregated schools and educational excellence for their children. Follow Debi Ghate (@GhateDebi) on Twitter You can connect with us on social media!Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube
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