On the 60th anniversary of the historic 1954 decision Brown v. Board of Education, some say schools in in the city still don’t provide culturally relevant education for children of color. NY1′s Mahsa Saeidi filed the following report.
By: Mahsa Saeidi
A small group of students and supporters marched from Brooklyn to City Hall Saturday. Their main demand was for black history to be taught to all enrolled in the city’s public school system. And black history, they say, is about more than just Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.