GOLDSBORO, N.C. — There is new battle in the fight over segregation in Goldsboro City schools.
The Goldsboro City Council announced plans to file a civil rights complaint and a possible lawsuit.
The six schools within city limits are nearly 100 percent minority. Community leaders say the students are not given the same opportunities as those in schools in the county.
The NAACP has threatened to sue the school district for disparate treatment of predominantly black city schools. It filed a civil rights complaint last week. April 6, 2004:
School Board Member Responds To Lawsuit Threat Over Segregated Schools March 29, 2004:
Battle To End Segregation In Goldsboro Schools May Land In Court March 25, 2004:
State Superintendent Responds To Segregation Claims March 25, 2004:
Wayne County School Board Approves Building Plan, Updates Transfer Policy March 23, 2004:
Some Goldsboro Students Believe Transfer Worked Best For Them March 22, 2004:
Goldsboro Board Responds To WRAL Report About Segregation In Schools March 17, 2004:
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