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- adj. Not segregated.
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- adj. integrated. Opposite of
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- adj. rid of segregation; having had segregation ended
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I think having boys on girls' teams is a good idea, but oly as a temporary option - until our society makes the transition to all-inclusive, with mixed teams and nonsegregated bathrooms, dressing rooms, etc.
In each of the cases, minors of the Negro race, through their legal representatives, seek the aid of the courts in obtaining admission to the public schools of their community on a nonsegregated basis.
The book chronicles the Rens as they made their way toward playing in the first nonsegregated championship in 1939 against a team from Oshkosh, Wis.
He became a surgeon and opened the first nonsegregated hospital, Provident Hospital and Nursing Training School, on Chicago's south side.
Southern Worker became the organizing tool to shatter taboos with nonsegregated trade-union and civil rights meetings, to form the first racially integrated unions of sharecroppers, and to rescue victims of Southern courts.
Since the astounding success of the civil rights movement nearly half a century ago, America's black leadership has been a civil rights leadership, focused almost exclusively on grievance -- America owes us the right to vote, to enjoy places of public accommodation, to attend nonsegregated schools, to be free of the laws that underlie American-style apartheid.
Greeks and Czechs, anti-fascist Italians and the nonsegregated troops of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force.
Gerica McCrary, Taylor County High School student, 17, on the Georgia school's first nonsegregated prom "Legitimizing molestation doesn't fall under academic freedom. ''
While it had no objection to the assignment of individual Negroes or nonsegregated units to Panama, the department informally advised the Army in December 1949, it did interpose grave objections to the assignment of black units. [
He also ordered military bases to maintain listings only on nonsegregated private housing. [