On Brown anniversary, education advocates say Pennsylvania schools are still separate and unequal

Pennsylvania education activists on Monday commemorated the anniversary of the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education decision that outlawed segregated schools by noting that 67 years later, schools in the state are still separate and unequal.

At an hour-long online rally, a coalition including the NAACP and the Urban League called on the General Assembly to significantly increase state education aid and distribute it more fairly.

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