desegregate


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to open to all people regardless of race

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open (a place) to members of all races and ethnic groups

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Nine black students attempt to desegregate Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas.
36) Judge Wright enjoined the Governor and the entire legislature, directing the Orleans Parish School Board to proceed to desegregate regardless of the actions of state officials.
After the Ku Klux Klan bombed his home on Christmas in 1956 in retaliation for his efforts to desegregate Birmingham's buses, he said, "God gave me a hard skull because he knew I lived in a hard town.
The lawsuit also said that for 2013-2014, the state distributed vouchers to students in 22 districts that are required to desegregate, and the voucher program may conflict with that requirement.
While the rule would not directly impose new compliance obligations on apartment owners, developers and managers, the proposal's broad mission to desegregate communities by combating exclusionary zoning and other practices deemed discriminatory could indirectly affect the industry by creating delays in construction and permitting decisions.
If, however, there is one portion of the book that truly stands out as the best part of an exceptional work, it is the recounting of how Eisenhower handled Arkansas governor Orval Faubus's refusal to desegregate public schools as directed by the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v.
Following the 1954 Brown decision, school districts across the state employed various methods to desegregate their schools, including mandatory busing in Prince George's County, magnet schools in Montgomery County, and a freedom of choice plan in Baltimore.
He recalled being hired by Claude Philippe, who was trying to desegregate the hotel.
Conspiracy of Silence: Sportswriters and the Long Campaign to Desegregate Baseball.
But this book is personal, too--it is her memoir of being one of the two black students to desegregate the University of Georgia in 1961, when she and fellow student Hamilton Holmes were each just nineteen years old.
Board of Education and the legal mandate to desegregate public schools, Dr.
Board of Education case, parents weren't convinced that the Detroit school system was making a proper attempt to desegregate in the early 1970s.
She made special mention of her relationship with Jackie Ford, the other, younger, black student to desegregate Rivers High:
Arkansas chose to nullify the federal government's order to desegregate public schools after the 1954 Brown v.
For us, the time had come to finally implement a plan to desegregate our white suburban day camp.