integrationism


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integrationism

the combination of educational and other public facilities, previously segregated by race, into unified systems shared by all races. — integrationist, n. , adj.
See also: Race
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A year ago, such "hardline" integrationism would have lacked credibility; after all, the UK would never stand for it.
53) But this was followed by an equally typical phase of integrationism.
Melinda McPherson, '"I Integrate, Therefore I Am': Contesting the Normalizing Discourse of Integrationism through Conversations with Refugee Women," Journal of Refugee Studies 23, no.
costs of integrationism were at least partly offset by the revenue gains
As Rojas illustrates, the ideology of the revolution included defence of armed struggle, alignment with the Soviet Union, third world decolonization, nationalism, anti-racism, socialism, and integrationism.
The IAM proposes that, by virtue of their vitality advantage in the country of settlement, dominant host majority members may endorse six acculturation orientations toward minorities, three of which are welcoming and include individualism, integrationism, integrationism-transformation, while three others are unwelcoming: assimilationism, segregationism and exclusionism.
43) Cruse, pointing out that "the entire Negro elite speaks through Freedomways' pages, (44) derided Freedomways a "marriage of leftwing ideology with integrationism.
Politics, culture and indigenous people in the Mexico of the beginnings of the twentieth century the integrationism of Gamio as national homogenization project
While previous mayors favored a policy of "restrained integrationism," Rizzo saw during his time as Police Commissioner in the 1960s that American cities were being divided by racial politics; in response, he was determined to use his power to stifle the efforts of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and other similar groups (Paolantonio 1993: 84-5).
33) Critically, according to Xenophon, the social strata ought to be mingled in their agrarian occupation, with the overseeing kalos kagathos ordering them, but Coriolanus disregards this complicating integrationism.
Rooted in the experience of the SNYC and New York City's radical civil rights movement, Freedomways advocated a radical integrationism, broad-based coalitions, grass roots organizing, the election of African Americans to public office, independence of African nations, and anti-imperialism.

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