Common Principles for Uncommon Schools

Horace Andrew Barron

Speaking for Democracy

My co-teacher, Donnie, and I were in costume. He was Malcolm X. I was George Wallace. In character, we spoke passages from our most famous speeches. By the end of the third minute of class, I was declaring, “Segregation today . . . segregation tomorrow . . . segregation forever!” And Donnie was warning, “White America, wake up and take

Horace: Andrew Barron Published: December 12, 2008 By: Andrew Barron Topics: