Brown v. Board of Education, 50 years on

The Rev. Jesse Jackson and other dignitaries visited Topeka, Kansas, over the weekend to help commemorate today's 50th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling. Jackson called the 1954 decision monumental but warned that the push for educational equality is far from over. Indeed, some U.S. school systems still struggle with the ruling, and a handful of districts show a trend toward resegregation, education analysts say.

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