From John Hood’s Daily Journal:
The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP is pursuing legal action under the federal Civil Rights Act to force the school system in Wayne County to end student-assignment practices that, according to the NAACP, are infringing on the civil right of poor, black students to obtain an education.
Rev. William Barber, president of the NAACP chapter, has made it clear that Wake County may be the next target of litigation. By any fair reading of the evidence, however, he should have sued Wake County first, years ago. Its disadvantaged students have lower scores than Wayne’s.