The Impact of the End of Segregation on Hockessin African American Community (Part 2)

May 21, 2019

Plaque Commemorating the Role of the Hockessin Colored School n the 1954 Supreme Court Decision that Struck Down School Segregation.
Credit Don Rush

When the U.S. Supreme Court struck down school segegration in 1954, many black students found a hostile backlash at the previous all white schools they attended. In part 2  Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush takes a look at what happened to those students and the efforts to renovate the old African American school in Hockessin that was part of the historic decision.