(October 22, 2009) Professor Carter compares and contrasts approaches to racial integration in two democratic societies, the United States and South Africa, and she discusses the political and legal contexts of school desegregation begging the question of whether racial integration remains a realistic and principal conduit for societal development.
Stanford Alumni Association:
Stanford Reunion Homecoming 2009:
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