By CASEY THOMAS
Dallas City Council
For years, the perception was that the fight for civil rights was that Black people wanted to live where White people lived, and to go where White people could go.
Many Black people who attended segregated schools feel like they received a superior education.
Black principals and assistant principals were forced, in most cases, to become teachers, because the mainstream education culture didn’t view the quality of education or educator in Black schools as the same as in White schools.
White principals and assistant principals were not told to come to Black schools and to live in Black neighborhoods.
While many Black people marched and protested for integration, integration never actually happened.