The Segregation Academies: Integregation In Public And Private Schools

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The segregation academies were private schools only for white people. These schools were not integregated and supported segregation. Even after all the hard work of the civil rights movment, these segregated academies were not for black people. The Southern Manifesto opposed integregation in public places. The SM made it possible for these private schools to exist. The Southern Manifesto accused the Supreme Court of abuse of power, and wanted a reversal in the decision to integrate

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