Conversation About Education: Indianapolis Schools Divided
Wednesday, September 21 at 6 p.m.
Join education reporters from Chalkbeat, WFYI and IndyStar in partnership with the Indianapolis Public Library to continue a community conversation and a recent series of articles examining why inequality and segregation persist in Indianapolis 60 years after the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education outlawed “separate by equal” schools — and solutions that could lead to change.
- Carole Craig, Indianapolis education advocate and former education chair for the NAACP
- Louis Norris, associate director of student services for Perry Township, oversaw the district's desegregation busing program
- Mary Ann Sullivan, Indianapolis Public Schools board president
- Ahmed Young, education director for the city of Indianapolis' Office of Education Innovation
- Kevin Brown, Indiana University law professor who has studied desegregation and race in education