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Busing and integration in the Denver Public Schools
 


In Conjunction with the exhibit RACE: Are We So Different?, KGNU Community Radio is partnering with History Colorado to interview students, teachers, parents and community members who were directly affected by busing and integration in the Denver Public Schools between 1965 and 1995. During that time period, DPS implemented a busing plan designed to make the school system more equal, instead of having schools that were predominantly white, Latino, or African American.

Please contact Shanea Ruybal at shanea.ruybal@state.co.us to schedule a time to share your story. We'd like to collect your memories, which may be used on KGNU during the run of the exhibit and will be archived in the History Colorado collections.
 

 

Created:11/18/14, Modified:12/18/14, expires:12/17/14, priority:9