Last week a federal judge ruled that a school board policy in Walthall County, Miss., has had the effect of creating "racially identifiable" schools in violation of a 1970 federal desegration order.
SOURCE: Walthall County school district | The Washington Post - April 20, 2010
Some schools drifting back into segregation Article | TYLERTOWN, MISS. -- During her elementary school years in this rural Mississippi town, Addreal Harness, a competitive teenager with plans to be a doctor, said her classes had about the same numbers of white and black students. It was a fact she took little note of until the white kids began leaving.