Zimbabwe May Find Stability; Schools Struggle With Race vs. Class Based Integration

By The News Jul 22, 2008

Schools Look for Solutions One Year After Supreme Court Ruling Last June, the Supreme Court ruled racial integration efforts in the school districts of Seattle and Louisville to be unconstitutional. Now, many school districts are faced with the dilemma of desegregating schools by basing integration on socio-economic class rather than race. The New York Times. Latinos May Get National Museum Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen from Miami is sponsoring a bill that would construct the first National Museum of the American Latino on the the National Mall in Washington D.C where dedications to Native Americans and African Americans already exist. Sun-Sentinel. Stability for Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai have decided to collaborate for two weeks in order to ameliorate government and economic issues. Political violence and economic instability have always been issues in Zimbabwe with the ongoing disagreement between ZANU-PF party and Movement for Democratic Change. Collaboration between the both parties is a step towards Zimbabwe’s stability as a nation. Los Angeles Times. Jury Convicts Man Guilty of Hate Crime Against Holocaust Scholar Elie Wiesel. On February 1, 2007, Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel was pulled off an elevator by Eric Hunt in a kidnap attempt. Yesterday, a jury convicted Hunt, 24, in San Francisco Superior Court of one felony charge of false imprisonment with a hate crime allegation.Chicago Tribune.