In US history today our teacher said that in the deep parts of the south there are still race segregated schools. As in "your a different color, so you cannot attend at this school". Nuh uh. Maybe small schools that don't belong in an official district. Like little village schools that don't see much of another race so it's segregated because the school owner doesn't expect multi-cultured beings to come around. Even then I'm sure the guy in charge could be willing to make a change for new comers in town. I don't really believe that there's still segregated schools, I thought America was past this? Pushed it aside, forgive and forget, love for everyone!