Definition of Resegregation

1. Noun. The state or process of being segregated again or in a new way ¹



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Definition of Resegregation

1. segregation [n -S] - See also: segregation

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Literary usage of Resegregation

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1. Human Rights Violations in the United States: A Report on U.S. Compliance by Steven R. Shapiro (1993)
"Segregation and resegregation in Public Schools Most African-American children remain in schools that are separate and decidedly unequal.5 Approximately ..."

2. Reflections on School Integration: Colloquium Proceedings by Mokubung O. Nkomo, Carolyn McKinney, Linda Chisholm (2005)
"... integration, resegregation Gary Orfield Introduction The American experience of racial change in our schools is the most important experiment in ..."

3. Hispanics and the Future of America by Marta Tienda, Faith Mitchell (2006)
"resegregation in American schools. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, ... Available: http://www.civilrightsproject. harvard.edu/research/deseg/resegregation ..."

4. Achieving High Educational Standards for All: Conference Summary by Christopher F. Edley, Timothy Ready, Catherine E. Snow (2002)
"See GARY ORFIELD, Conservative Activists and the Rush Toward resegregation, in LAW AND SCHOOL REFORM supra n. 12 at 39,41. See also, James E. Ryan, ..."

5. Race and Default in Credit Markets: A Colloquy edited by Michael A. Stegman (1996)
"The Rapid resegregation Syndrome After the urban riots of the 1960s, discrimination in housing became a major concern of the Federal Government, ..."

6. Perspectives on Affirmative Action and Its Impact on Asian Pacific Americans edited by Gena A. Lew (1995)
"Others believe that Blacks have The federal court specifically designed the - Consent Decree enrollment guidelines to prevent the resegregation ..."

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