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May 17th, 2014
04:10 PM ET

Michelle Obama: Segregation in schools still exists

On the 60th Anniversary of Brown versus the Board of Education, First Lady Michelle Obama spoke on the subject of race issues in schools during a high school commencement address in Topeka Kansas.

Fredricka spoke with Steve Perry, who founded a charter school in one of Connecticut's lowest performing school districts, and asked if he agrees–is segregation still a problem?




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    The more you talked about the subject of "colors" you are poking in our faces! So you are black so what is such a big deal? I am Asian but I don't go around talking about "yellow" skin etc. leave it alone Obama and Oprah, why can't you just live a life instead of poking around the subject. It would be very boring people only go by one color "white". Get a life.

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