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To remove segregation by allowing access to something by people of all races or ethnicity
open (a place) to members of all races and ethnic groups; "This school is completely desegregated
To desegregate something such as a place, institution, or service means to officially stop keeping the people who use it in separate groups, especially groups that are defined by race. efforts to desegregate sport The school system itself is not totally desegregated. = integrate segregate + desegregation de·seg·re·ga·tion Desegregation may be harder to enforce in rural areas. to end a system in which people of different races are kept separate integrate   segregate
{f} eliminate segregation, remove (laws, customs, etc.) that separate two different races
open (a place) to members of all races and ethnic groups; "This school is completely desegregated"
A specific period in United States history during which laws requiring racial segregation were struck down and the practice was deterred, beginning in the United States military during World War II and occurring in society in general from the mid-1950s
past of desegregate
third-person singular of desegregate
present participle of desegregate
The elimination of segregation Also refers to a specific United States movement, political event, and/or period of time in which desegregation was being implemented in national education policy A court ruling in 1954, Brown v Board of Education, The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of implementing a system of national desegregated schools
The process of correcting past practices of racial or other illegal segregation
The act or process of eliminating segregation
{i} act of eliminating segregation, removal (of laws, customs, etc.) that separate two different races
– The process of arranging for students of different race to be educated together where previously they have been in separate schools
the action of incorporating a racial or religious group into a community