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Segregation still woven into America's public school system

This week marks 62 years since the U.S. Supreme court outlawed segregation in public schools. But a recent study ordered by the U.S. government discovered the percentage of schools comprised of mostly black or Hispanic students has more than doubled since 2000. Michelle Miller reports from a school district in the Deep South that's been ordered to integrate
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