Travis Long / Raleigh News & Observer
March 23, 2010
Police officers try to quell chanters shouting, "No resegregation in our town. Shut it down," during a Wake County school board meeting. During a tense marathon meeting, the board voted to stop busing students to achieve racial diversity, then approved the first steps toward a community-based system of student assignment.
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