anti-segregationist

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anti-segregationist

[ˈæntɪsegrəˈgeɪʃənɪst] ADJantisegregacionista
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Turner undoubtedly viewed cracking down on anti-segregationist dissent as a price worth paying for the survival of an institution that contributed significantly to the advancement of blacks.
Moore, called a strike to protest against threats to send law enforcement personnel onto campus to quell anti-segregationist activism, Turner (with the board of trustees) retaliated harshly.
Outside of this news-making accomplishment, her life was fascinating, from being expelled from college in part due to her outspoken anti-segregationist views, to working as a cabdriver, to becoming a restaurateur.
The Provincial Freeman discussed the problems of newly settled Blacks and was anti-segregationist in its outlook.
Second, Judge Wright and his family endured much on account of his anti-segregationist rulings.
Author and Professor of Procedural Law Joel William Friedman has taken full advantage of his unfettered access to Wisdom's personal and professional papers to craft this in-depth scrutiny of a principled man, and a committed anti-segregationist who ironically hailed from a privileged background in New Orleans, one of America's most racially stratified cities.
In Atlanta, Ralph McGill, a legendary anti-segregationist editor, tutored a young Patterson, sharpening his focus, prose and resolve.
Disease-based arguments were critical to the passage of the Urban (Native Areas) Act of 1923, which severely undercut black claims' to property rights, slowly strangled the African elite, and severely eroded local anti-segregationist movements.
The turning point came with the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955-56, during which white moderates like lawyer Clifford Durr, his wife Virginia, Lutheran minister Robert Graetz of Montgomery, and Alabama Governor "Big Jim" Folsom played crucial roles in greasing the skids for the victory of the anti-segregationist forces led by Dr.
Whereas the hegemonic discourse of human rights places the origins of this consciousness in the 1948 UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the aftermath of the Second World War, he argues that it is to the anti-colonial agents, anti-racists, and anti-segregationists that the genealogy of human rights must be traced.
Communist Party, or CPUSA--a collection of amiable folk singers, brave anti-segregationists, and Steinbeckian labor organizers--trying to rescue the maiden of American democracy from the railroad tracks where McCarthy, J.