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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of resegregate.


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  • I want to point out that predominately black schools (incorrectly called "resegregated" schools) would only be inherently inferiority if there were something inherently inferior about black people.

    Ed Whitfield: What Studies Might Show

  • In fact, this has been exactly the experience in Oklahoma City as the schools quickly resegregated.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • At CHA he backed a Plan for Transformation which -- as resident leaders predicted at the time -- has resegregated public housing residents far from downtown areas in the poorest neighborhoods, and which has fallen far short of its goals.

    Curtis Black: Real Leadership for Chicago: The Reformer v. the Players

  • The belated coming-together is a rare occurrence, say school experts, noting that many schools are becoming resegregated because of housing patterns and school district boundaries.

    2 schools' students 'integrated' after 50 years

  • But two weeks after Brown, Birmingham voters resegregated baseball, among other sports, by a margin of 3–1.


  • Carter arrived at Harvard in 1926, after Harvard president A. Lawrence Lowell had controversially resegregated student housing with regards to Jewish and African-American students.

    Tempo e tempi

  • Around the middle of that, the federal government was resegregated by a Democratic president (Wilson), after having been desegregated by a Republican president (Lincoln).

    I had to do it.

  • The party that was founded by slave owners, tried to leave the Union in order to maintain slavery, implemented Jim Crow throughout the South after that slavery was abolished, resegregated the White House after Lincoln had desegregated it, provided all except for one of the votes in the Senate against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 including Al Gore Sr., and has a former Klan officer as its President Pro Tem of the Senate.

    Rahm on the Republicans: "These guys will roll over, they're afraid of being called the party of No. Believe me, I know them. They'll be easy."

  • In "Academic Watch" are Cleveland and Lorain, as well as East Cleveland and Warrensville Heights, two inner suburbs that have resegregated.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Ostensibly to raise test scores in these resegregated schools for the urban poor, there has emerged a curriculum caste system based predictably, once more, on family income and wealth.

    Archive 2009-07-01


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