New York City schools are more segregated today than they were 30 years ago. And it's not only racial segregation, it's also economic.
BRIC TV and WNYC present a town-hall style discussion about innovative ways to repair our school segregation problems.
Moderator: Brian Vines, senior correspondent, BRIC TV
Yasmeen Khan, education reporter, WNYC
Nikole Hannah-Jones, staff writer, The New York Times magazine
Brad Lander, Council Member, Brooklyn's 39th District
Clarence Taylor, historian, Baruch College
Josh Wallack, Deputy Chancellor of Strategy & Policy, NYC Department of Education
Lurie Daniel Favors, General Counsel, Medgar Evers Center for Law & Social Justice