Mandatory Busing, Charlotte  (1973)

Two African American children and more than thirty white children riding in a school bus from the suburbs to an inner city school, Charlotte, North Carolina (1973). The Supreme Court decided in 1971 that busing was a good method to achieve school desegregation. It wasn't until July 1975 that the courts were satisfied that adequate progress had been made with school desegregation.

Two African American children and more than thirty white children riding in a school bus from the suburbs to an inner city school, Charlotte, North Carolina (1973).
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Leffler, Warren K. "[African American and white school children on a school bus, riding from the suburbs to an inner city school, Charlotte, North Carolina.]" 1973. From Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. https://www.loc.gov/resource/ds.00762/ (Accessed August 7, 2018).

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