After six decades, many students of color are in schools with few white students. In the Northeast, over half (51.4%) of black students are in schools whose student bodies are 90-100% minority. See
- Niraj Chokshi, The Most Segregated Schools May Not Be in the States You'd Expect, Wash. Post, May 15, 2014
- Emily Badger, Housing Segregation Is Holding Back the Promise of Brown v. Board of Education, Wash. Post, May 15, 2014
For lots more statistics and analysis, see:
- Gary Orfield et al., Brown at 60: Great Progress, a Long Retreat and an Uncertain Future (UCLA Civil Rights Project, May 15, 2014). A press release about this report is here.
- Kendra Bischoff & Sean F. Reardon, Residential Segregation by Income, 1970-2009 (2013) (Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis)
- Library of Congres, Brown v. Board at Fifty: "With an Even Hand" (2004)
- Seattle University Law Library, Brown v. Board of Education: A 50th Anniversary Exhibit (2004)
- Separate But Equal?: The Road to Brown (part of UMKC Law School's Exploring Constitutional Conflicts web project).