Forced Busing

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American History

 

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Clarence W

 

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November 29, 2016

 

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University

 

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Even the local community police held biases towards anyone who was not born and raised in their community. Rose Hill, Ks is where all the parents ran when evading the issues of forced busing in Wichita. These communities, where everyone ran from, became known as Rust Belt cities (Wikepedia para. 5). Many believed that the 50 percent decline in population during the last fifty years can be attributed to the issue of integration (Wikepedia para...
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5). Many believed that the 50 percent decline in population during the last fifty years can be attributed to the issue of integration (Wikepedia para. 5). As noted in our text this semester, “Prejudice is a negative attitude that rejects an entire group; discrimination is behavior that deprives a group of certain rights or opportunities (Schaefer 2006) Each of these concepts where abundant in the lives and feelings of this particular community of Rose Hill, America...
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