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Tuesday, September 12, 2017 Permalink

Insight: Housing Segregation History / "Reinventing America's Schools" / Pianist Lara Downes

Lara Downes / Courtesy
 

Lara Downes / Courtesy

The View From Here affordable housing series Place and Privilege continues with reporter Cosmo Garvin’s interview with Richard Rothstein on his best-selling new book ‘The Color of Law’.

Author David Osborne takes a look at schools succeeding across the country to learn what works when innovating education.

And acclaimed pianist Lara Downes kicks off her "Sounds like America" tour with a performance on Insight.

    Segments

  • How Federal Housing Policy Segregated American Communities

    Cody Drabble

    The housing crisis started with the public policies that created racially segregated communities. Reporter Cosmo Garvin spoke with Richard Rothstein about his book "The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America."

  • David Osborne Discusses “Reinventing America’s Schools”

    Jen Picard

    Author David Osborne takes a look at schools succeeding across the country to learn what works when innovating education.

  • Lara Downes / Courtesy

    Lara Downes Hits The Road For "Sounds Like America" Tour

    Cody Drabble

    Lara Downes continues her exploration of the American songbook with "Sounds Like America."

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