antisegregationist

antisegregationist

(ˈæntɪsɛɡrəˈɡeɪʃənɪst)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to the segregation of different races in any human activity
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is opposed to racial or other segregation
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She examines his education, his travels abroad--especially to the United States, where he became attracted to Pan-Africanism and developed many of his ideas on race and antisegregationist philosophy his personal relationships, and of course his involvement with the ANC.
And for the antislavery and antisegregationist writers this collision provided a crack in the system of racial domination into which they could drive a wedge" (Neither Black nor White 318).
The Amendment's text thus fits better with the views expressed by its many antisegregationist supporters and ratifiers.
Only after a long, difficult campaign by civil rights activists did the Court extend its antisegregationist logic to other areas.
Aided by Attorney General Herbert Brownell, he appointed antisegregationist northerners to federal judgeships, most famously Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren.
But Niagara was also, of course, the name of the group of antisegregationists, including W.