Rev. William Barber, center, president of the N.C. NAACP, rallies the audience at a Wake County school board meeting in 2010. Barber expressed then fears that new policies would re-segregate schools. Six years later, Wake buses fewer students for diversity than in the past.
Rev. William Barber, center, president of the N.C. NAACP, rallies the audience at a Wake County school board meeting in 2010. Barber expressed then fears that new policies would re-segregate schools. Six years later, Wake buses fewer students for diversity than in the past. JOHN ROTTET News & Observer file photo
Rev. William Barber, center, president of the N.C. NAACP, rallies the audience at a Wake County school board meeting in 2010. Barber expressed then fears that new policies would re-segregate schools. Six years later, Wake buses fewer students for diversity than in the past. JOHN ROTTET News & Observer file photo