I think the biggest connection I am able to see is how we setting up people of color to fail in the educational sphere, even as earlier as PK. My white husband is currently a teacher in a majority black school in a majority black neighborhood. It should be noted that two of the biggest public housing/low income apartments are also zoned to his school. The school is continually on the state's "watchlist" due to underperformance (which is not even mentioning the high employee turnover and the high numbers of students being suspended/being sent to alternative campuses). However, trek 5-10 miles across town and you will find one of the best performing districts in the state, mind you in a more affluent area of town. My mind goes back to the process of desegregating schools in the 1950s and 1960s; however I think it is ignorant to say that schools were ever fully desegregated particularly in many communities including my own. While students can go to a school regardless of their race chances are they may be "stuck" in an underperforming, poorly funding school because of their zip code (which is often highly connected with their race).