In contemporary democracies, the state is responsible for providing children with an education.
It's no secret that black children in American receive a subpar education compared to their white peers: underfunded schools, higher rates of suspension, and largely teachers that are not like them.
To address this, some black parents are turning to homeschooling their children, as well as to impart a strong appreciation of Black culture and achievements.
Is this self-reliance a form of agency and empowerment in raising confident children, or in fact a step backward from the Brown v. Board of Education and the fight to desegregate schools?
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