Central High 60th anniversary 

A schedule of events, consideration of the past and the future, and more.

click to enlarge BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson
Five days to celebrate Central, LR Nine
A guide to the coming events.

The many meanings of Little Rock
Sixty years later, the city's schools remain an enduring symbol.
by John Kirk

The inadequate legacy of Brown
LRSD continues to abdicate its responsibility to educate poor black students.
by Omavi Shukur and John Walker

A Q&A with Tania León, composer of 'Little Rock Nine'
On the work-in-progress opera.
by Stephanie Smittle

The student-led Memory Project at Central takes history high tech
With stories that matter.
by David Koon


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