- 看过 segregation 的人也看了 :
- the act or practice of segregating; a setting apart or separation of people or things from others or from the main body or group: gender segregation in some fundamentalist religions.
- the institutional separation of an ethnic, racial, religious, or other minority group from the dominant majority.
- the state or condition of being segregated, set apart, separated, or restricted to one group: Segregation on buses meant that the seats at the front were reserved for white passengers.the segregation of private clubs.
- something segregated, or set apart.
- Genetics. the separation of allelic genes into different gametes during meiosis.Compare law of segregation.
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- After the Supreme Court outlawed explicit race-based zoning, cities across the country, including San Diego, began implementing the zoning we know today, often resulting in racial segregation, even if it was no longer explicit.
- Regardless of intent, the result of zoning in the century since its widespread adoption has been racial segregation, according to a 2000 study published in the Journal of the American Planning Association.
- Flores argues that San Diego’s current system, which provides few options on how one can manage chunks of land, holds our neighborhoods in states of division that ensure segregation.
- The segregation of our neighborhoods and friend groups will not help the situation.
- There were political considerations in the Roosevelt administration when it implemented policies of segregation.
- The Supreme Court eventually stepped in and ended legal segregation in the landmark 1954 decision, Brown v. Board of Education.
- Before Fidel, when segregation was in full swing, the Cuban apartheid meant many clubs and parks still refused black Cubans entry.
- Dana Rubenstein of The New York Observer wrote that “essential to the experience was segregation.”
- People often forget that the National Panhellenic council used to enforce racial segregation by means of strict codes and laws.
- True, it is grounded in the realities of a fight against a sort of blatant segregation that no longer exists.
- Racial segregation in the public schools of Virginia was provided for in the Constitution of 1902.
- Racial segregation in the public schools of Virginia was constitutionally established in the Underwood Constitution of 1902.
- To discover exactly what the Central Authority intended this segregation to be is surprisingly difficult.
- Nevertheless the Central Authority had, from the first, a policy of workhouse organisation inconsistent with any such segregation.
- Here we find the biological explanation of the ineradicable impulse mankind has always displayed toward segregation into classes.