Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun the action of incorporating a racial or religious group into a community; the elimination of laws, regulations, or customs which prohibit members of a specific racial or national group from using certain locations, organizations, or facilities.

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  • noun The act or process of eliminating segregation.

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  • noun the action of incorporating a racial or religious group into a community

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Examples

  • Sadly, our current system doesn't - while desegregation is law, most schools are in fact segregated, and worse, our policies and philanthropy are intent on perpetuating this segregation!

    Creativity

  • Sadly, our current system doesn't - while desegregation is law, most schools are in fact segregated, and worse, our policies and philanthropy are intent on perpetuating this segregation!

    Accountability

  • Sadly, our current system doesn't - while desegregation is law, most schools are in fact segregated, and worse, our policies and philanthropy are intent on perpetuating this segregation!

    Adaptation

  • Sadly, our current system doesn't - while desegregation is law, most schools are in fact segregated, and worse, our policies and philanthropy are intent on perpetuating this segregation!

    Leadership

  • Sadly, our current system doesn't - while desegregation is law, most schools are in fact segregated, and worse, our policies and philanthropy are intent on perpetuating this segregation!

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  • Sadly, our current system doesn't - while desegregation is law, most schools are in fact segregated, and worse, our policies and philanthropy are intent on perpetuating this segregation!

    Education

  • The era of integration and impending desegregation is the backdrop for an engrossing character driven story of the people of a small town in Mississippi.

    Advance reader reviews of The Air Between Us by Deborah Johnson.

  • Sadly, our current system doesn't - while desegregation is law, most schools are in fact segregated, and worse, our policies and philanthropy are intent on perpetuating this segregation!

    create a public

  • Sadly, our current system doesn't - while desegregation is law, most schools are in fact segregated, and worse, our policies and philanthropy are intent on perpetuating this segregation!

    create a public

  • "Court ordered desegregation" is not the same thing as striking down government ordered segregation.

    Balkinization

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