School Desegregation in Boston and the United States

TUE, JUN 23, 2020

Join Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Farah Stockman and Boston Public Library President, David Leonard for a virtual conversation on desegregation in Boston and the nation. During this talk, Ms. Stockman discusses her experiences reporting on busing in Boston, and both past and future impacts of this monumental moment in Boston and United States history.

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+ BIO: Farah Stockman

Farah Stockman is a former columnist for _The Boston Globe_ and now writes for _The New York Times_. She is the winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary for her series of columns examining the legacy of public school desegregation in Boston.

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Boston Public Library
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History Talks at the Boston Public Library
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