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desegregation:

see integrationintegration,
in U.S. history, the goal of an organized movement to break down the barriers of discrimination and segregation separating African Americans from the rest of American society.
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The Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) has told small businesses that being positive about racial equality makes good business sense.
The Board of Selectmen is committed to promoting racial equality, diversity and justice as a fundamental aspect of a healthy community; and we declare racism and discrimination unjust and advocate equal rights for all.
The Commission for Racial Equality has also been consulted, and has advised WREC members to contact West Mercia Police if they want an investigation into a possible charge of incitement to racial hatred.
The notion that affirmative action creates racism is an old chestnut; it has been applied to every initiative undertake in support of racial equality from teenth Amendment to the Brown decision and the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Other church members also gave their thoughts on progress toward racial equality.
Hayes, 39, of Durkar, Wakefield, is accused of submitting a false application to a recruitment agency and Kirklees Racial Equality Council which became KEHRA.
He said: "This is an acknowledgement of the longstanding and significant contribution she has made to promoting racial equality in sport."
Commission for Racial Equality chairman Trevor Phillips said he believed it was easier for Asians and black people to consider themselves Welsh than English.
Their symposium will focus on research into education in racial equality and implications for policy and research.
A council which refused to provide halal food for Muslim children in schools has been reported to the racial equality watchdog.
The Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) twice found the force's race equality scheme did not meet legal requirements.
Five Member States - Austria, Germany, Finland, Greece, and Luxembourg - have been hauled before the EU's Court of Justice for failing to properly transpose the Racial Equality Directive (2000/43/EC) into national law.