The American Lawyer reports on still continuing segregation in the acceptance of black students at public universities. The story reveals that "... after 25 years of litigation, tens of millions of dollars, hundreds of hours of settlement talks, two full trials, and a directive from the U.S. Supreme Court, all eight of Mississippi's public universities remain, to a significant degree, racially segregated."
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