Remnant Schools: Faculty Are Repurposing the Legacy of Jim Crow Across Louisiana


Inside the crumbling Sabine High School today. Image © Laura Blokker

Inside the crumbling Sabine High School today. Image © Laura Blokker

Throughout the south of the United States, hundreds of mid-century “equalization schools”—public schools built in the 1950s following Brown vs. Board of Education in a desperate effort to maintain segregated “separate but equal” schools in southern states—sit empty, abandoned, and crumbling.

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