San Diego Law Review

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Remedies Discussion Forum


This Article compares and contrasts the lack of success in desegregating the schools with the greater success in eliminating discrimination from the workplace and suggests that the workplace and schoolhouse can act together for the benefit of both. Part II theorizes that Brown might, in hindsight, have been more successfully implemented and demonstrates why what might have been done earlier probably would not work today. Part III compares the plight of students who have not been helped by Brown with the plight of working parents whose family demands have kept them from sharing fully in the promise of Title VII. It suggests, given the greater success of racial integration in the workplace than in the schoolhouse, that the workplace and schoolhouse might work together to benefit both.

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