I’ve written this column, appearing in today’s Daily Journal.

It begins:

“America recently celebrated the 70th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education. But there’s another Supreme Court school desegregation decision, one by California’s high court, that is also marking a milestone worth noting. Piper v. Big Pine School District (1924) 193 Cal. 664 is 100 years old this Sunday.”

A centennial celebration will be held Saturday in Big Pine.


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