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Dr. William Darity | Duke Consortium on Social Equity

  • Aired: 03/24/2015
  • 09:03
  • Rating: NR
Dr. William Darity joins us to offer his insight & experience on race & education in the public school system. His interview is part of series of segments relating to the new PBS documentary 180 Days: Hartsville. The film has a particular emphasis on raising students aspirations, building community knowledge, & focusing on specific challenges of black males in education settings.
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Dr. William Darity talks about how socio-economic differences effect student performance.
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