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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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Federal judges have declared the Little Rock and North Little Rock districts essentially desegregated, or unitary, but have withheld that designation for the Pulaski County Special School District, which surrounds the city districts.
Desegregated stockpiling means suppliers produce more material that matches specification, resulting in no re-blending and less discounting, said Product Manager Jodi Heirigs.
But many of the poor black children who attended desegregated schools in the 1970s escaped from poverty, and their offspring have maintained that advantage.
Long desegregated along racial, ethnic and gender lines, the armed forces now allow gay soldiers to serve openly as well.
He added that there is a need to collect sex desegregated data on VAW and Gender based Violence (GBV) issues in the country which is one of the major barriers in planning and implementing gender responsive interventions.
We wondered whether a desegregated private day camp would succeed in the North Shore suburbs of Chicago or if the idea would be rejected.
If we want a desegregated society, we should have desegregated schools.
Ernest Withers, who died in 2007 at the age of 85, took some of the most famous pictures of King, including him riding one of the first desegregated buses in Montgomery, Alabama, reports the Telegraph.
But between Little Rock in 1957 and Tuscaloosa in 1963, Houston desegregated its public schools.
Virtually all cellblocks and dormitories nationwide are desegregated, but only a few systems have formally established desegregated cells.
Making inevitable comparisons between Pan-Africanism and the Civil Rights/Black Power Era, the women who bravely desegregated the University of Georgia in 1961 declares with some authority that "there is growing support among ordinary citizens for democracy on the continent, with people willing to put their bodies on the line to achieve it.
Rosa sat down in order that her people could stand up and stand up they did, although it would be a decade before all buses were desegregated ( and Rosa herself would be driven out of Alabama by death threats.
Goldwater--who helped desegregate the Arizona Air National Guard two years before Truman desegregated the Army, helped desegregate the Phoenix public schools a year before Brown v.
Whites had begun moving out of the neighborhood decades ago when the Yonkers school district was desegregated.