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seg·re·ga·tion·ist

 (sĕg′rĭ-gā′shə-nĭst)
n.
One that advocates or practices a policy of racial segregation.

seg′re·ga′tion·ist adj.
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segregationist

(ˌsɛɡrɪˈɡeɪʃənɪst)
n
(Sociology) a person who favours, advocates, or practises racial segregation
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seg•re•ga•tion•ist

(ˌsɛg rɪˈgeɪ ʃə nɪst)

n.
a person who advocates segregation, esp. racial segregation.
[1910–15]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.segregationist - someone who believes the races should be kept apart
bigot - a prejudiced person who is intolerant of any opinions differing from his own
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Translations

segregationist

[ˌsegrɪˈgeɪʃnɪst] Nsegregacionista mf
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segregationist

nBefürworter(in) m(f)der Rassentrennung
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segregationist

[ˈsɛgrɪˈgeɪʃnɪst] adj & nsegregazionista (m/f)
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tml" data-wpel-link="external" target="_blank" noopenerCNN compared these findings to a September 1968 poll regarding former Alabama Governor George Wallace, who ran for president that year.Wallace was a proud segregationist and opposed to the Civil Rights movement, which sought to grant black Americans equal rights.
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday apologized for recent comments about working with segregationist senators in his early days in the U.S.
At a New York fundraiser Tuesday, Mr Biden pointed to two long-dead segregationist senators, Democrats James Eastland of Mississippi and Herman Talmadge of Georgia, to argue that Washington functioned more smoothly a generation ago than under today's "broken" hyperpartisanship.
Delmont traces the roots of the movement to and reaction against integrating schools and supports his thorough historical work with engaging portraits of key characters such as Irina McCabe, the anti-busing housewife, and Clay Smothers, the "most conservative Black Man in America." This story, of the cynical appropriation of Civil Rights tactics for segregationist ends and the broad complicity of Northern White society, ought to be known by all, particularly as America's public schools continue to resegregate.
Ralph McGill, the courageous liberal editor of The Atlanta Constitution, blamed the demagogic rhetoric of the state's segregationist politicians.
The Pages also collected a large collection of "segregationist art" such as slave branding irons, KKK artifacts and oil paintings.
Meanwhile, one Black-owned newspaper, the Lighthouse and Informer, was critical for developing African-American support for key lawsuits challenging a host of Jim Crow segregationist and exclusionary laws.
This book compiles his reflections on efforts to end segregation in education and reveals the experiences that changed him from a segregationist to an integrationist.
Although Flowers began his career as a segregationist, and was elected as Alabama's attorney general in 1962 while promising to "send the Yankees a message", when the national law demanded an end to segregation, Flowers chose to uphold the law.
He added: "How could the saintly Atticus, described early in the book in much the same terms as he is in Mockingbird, suddenly emerge as a bigot?" Lee wrote the long-awaited book, due out Tuesday, before Mockingbird and first saw Finch as a segregationist. Sam Sacks of the Wall Street Journal said fans would find the sequel "a test of their tolerance".
Clemson's iconic Tillman Hall was named after Benjamin Ryan Tillman, an unapologetic racist and segregationist politician, but also one of the schools first trustees.
1955: Rosa Parks refused to sit in the back of a Montgomery, Alabama, bus, defying the South's segregationist laws.