- Lisa William-White (2006), on why schools based on white-middle class norms undermine black achievement
- Polly Greenberg (1969) on why poor people need to control their own school boards
- Ed Whitfield, Diversity: What Schools Leave Out
- A good film: When We Were Colored also illustrates this. This film is available to borrow for free from our library.
Many of the Civil Rights veterans during their guest speaking gigs at the SFFS summer program argued that the Southern Freedom Movement was not about integration but against segregation--an interesting distinction to ponder.