desegregate

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Synonyms for desegregate

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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It is therefore important to guard against hasty conclusions regarding what may appear to be a solidly-bound, homogenous community committed to antidiscrimination and desegregationist policies.
Although Mingus started out understandably as a desegregationist in the 1950s, his music and his ideology moved in a more nationalist direction in later years in harmony with broader trends in the Black community.
The late 1950s era was a time when Canadian mass media carried prominent and sensational coverage of the American desegregationist and civil rights struggles.
Malcolm X reportedly attributed `the whole struggle to a Jewish conspiracy carried out by unsuspecting blacks'.[7] Both parties agreed to establish a truce between their respective organisations, as long as the Nation continued its opposition to the desegregationist movement.