In Memphis Classrooms, the Ghost of Segregation Lingers On
Thirty years ago, the district tried and failed to bring black and white students together.
Samantha Crawford, an 18-year-old high-school senior, doesn't like to use the word "ghetto" to describe her neighborhood in the center of Memphis, Tennessee, but she can't think of a better one. In Binghampton, people drink and hang out. They are transient, moving from apartment to apartment and job to job. Many don't work at all. Samantha speculates that few have finished college, or even high school.
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Nha Trang, Vietnam
#1 Feb 13, 2012
Dr. Bill_mr! whu wil make da NBA layoff dis yr! U pick Jeremy Lin for Bloomberg! Nu Yok got ball ;)
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