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Synonyms for segregate

set apart

Synonyms for segregate

Antonyms for segregate

someone who is or has been segregated

separate by race or religion

divide from the main body or mass and collect

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separate or isolate (one thing) from another and place in a group apart from others

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De telles situations segregatives (types 2 A 4) sont dues a la forte concentration residentielle des groupes linguistiques autres que francophone sur l'ile de Montreal ou, contrairement aux couronnes nord et sud, les secteurs de recensemen t sont generalement de petite taille, avec des densites depopulation elevees etA proximite du centre-yule.
93) that moving from a fragmented to a consolidated government structure would have no net effect on segregative residency patterns.
In general, African American culture, thought, and history are not adequately represented in the curricula of predominately White institutions--a condition that is traceable to discrimination and has continued segregative effects, nor are campus climates race-neutral.
Bradley, that Detroit suburbs could not be compelled to pool their students with the city's without a finding of segregative intent - a finding, for example, that the suburban schools had been set up to permit whites to elude integrated city schools.
More than two decades ago, the Warren Supreme Court said that school authorities must not merely end segregative practices but must also eliminate the vestiges of discrimination" and achieve a system in which there are not white schools and black schools, "just schools."
On ne peut donc que condamner cette attitude segregative tout en appelant le conseil et la tutelle de veiller au respect des regle de l'ethique, de l'equite et de la loyaute.
finding that segregative intent was not among the factors that motivated
[The viability and development trends of Estonian minority languages in segregative language environments.] Eesti Rakenduslingvistika Uhingu Aastaraamat / Estonian Papers in Applied Linguistics 6, 135-155.
1302, 1326-30, 1341-42 (2007) (discussing restrictive covenants as devices to signal a community's character and noting the potential of even unenforceable covenants to send racially segregative signals).
Five primary findings were reached: (1) Charter schools operated by EMOs tend to be strongly racial segregative for both minority and majority students as compared with the composition of the sending district; (2) For economically challenged students, EMO-operated charter schools more strongly segregate students than do their respective local districts.
(59) The discriminatory combination of government policy and individual actions by white homeowners, realtors, and appraisers was aided and reinforced by the protections of economically segregative zoning rules.
Concerns regarding a lack of accountability stated that, "Initiatives that seek to encourage segregative practices and that have the potential to benefit one group of students at the expense of another need to be carefully designed, monitored, controlled and evaluated" (2004, 3).
The Court followed Brown principles and held that a presumption of system-wide segregative intent arises where proof of intentional segregation in a significant portion of the system is shown and remains effectively unrefuted.
(91) Swann held that schools are constitutionally responsible not only for undoing the direct segregative effects of their own discrimination, but for the indirect effects their segregative actions have on private housing choices.
In attempting to create a more nuanced understanding of communal eating, Grignon suggests several binary typologies: domestic and institutional; everyday and exceptional; and segregative and transgressive.