In a conversation with NBC News’ Rehema Ellis and Rep. Jahana Hayes, Elizabeth Eckford and Terrence Roberts of the Little Rock Nine recount what it was like to enter Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, as the first Black students. They discuss how equity in education has changed in the U.S. and how it can still improve with investment in underserved students.
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