In 1968, President Lyndon Johnsonís National Advisory
Commission on Civil Disorders, known as the Kerner Commission, highlighted
systematic racism, legal injustices and inequality across many sectors as the
underlying causes of the civic unrest during that period. How did America
respond to the report? What has changed and what changes still need to be made?
Join Principal Marquice Clark as he will explore these questions and more
through his lens as an educator, administrator and researcher.