Will today's "Stand Against Racism" rally in downtown Raleigh turn into criticism of the Wake County school board majority's ending of the use of socioeconomic diversity in favor of community schools?
As noted in today's article by Thomas Goldsmith, several groups critical of the new school board majority are among the sponsors of the event that will take place at noon at Moore Square. It's a nationwide event so the Raleigh one wasn't formed just because of the changes going on here.
But with all the critics who've hurled terms such as resegregtionists and racists at the new board, would anyone be surprised if the Wake school fight comes up?
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