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    tract, which is up from 23% in 1980. An analysis of the act of residential segregation throughout the US has revealed many challenges that the youth in America either are facing at this very moment or can and will continue to be an ongoing issue throughout neighborhoods. The question of how this form of segregation began? And how does residential segregation effect those involved. Understanding what residential segregation is an important factor in being able to understand the concepts of the negative

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    Racial segregation is the separation of humans into racial or other ethnic groups in daily life. It may apply to activities such as eating in a restaurant, drinking from a water fountain, using a public toilet, attending school, going to the movies, riding on a bus, or renting or purchasing a home (Wikipedia, 2017). Segregation is defined by the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance as "the act by which a (natural or legal) person separates other persons on the basis of one of the enumerated

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    “higher” race, stand up when there were no seats. African Americans were harassed and assaulted on buses eminently. In the article, “Freedom Riders end racial segregation in Southern U.S. public transit, 1961,” researched by Gavin Musynske, he proves how both the African American and white came

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    Racial segregation impacted the american population in quite some way after world war 2. Ranging from the whites to nonwhites men to women or adults to children. Racial segregation was something people lived with every day. Some ways it became regular were through Americans trying to purchase a house based on red-lining factors avoiding “colored” neighborhoods A.K.A “High Risk” areas and non-whites having do deal with the struggles of restrictive covenants on certain areas. One common way racial

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    Intensifying Racial Segregation "When you control a man's thinking you do not have to worry about his actions. You do not have to tell him not to stand here or go yonder. He will find his "proper place" and will stay in it. You do not need to send him to the back door. He will go without being told. In fact, If there is no back door, he will cut one for his special benefit. His education makes it necessary. "History shows that it does not matter who is in power those who have not learned to

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    still exists against African Americans and also homosexuals. A major concern of Dr. King Jr. was racial segregation. Racial segregation is the enforced separation of different racial groups in a country, community, or establishment. On August 28th of 1955, a fourteen year old African American boy, Emmett Till was brutally murdered for flirting with a white woman. Emmett Till was from Chicago where segregation was a different level than in the South. Emmett had been visiting family in Mississippi at the

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    at the Federal Government to the colored people.” Segregation and violence displaced African Americans for many decades. After the United States Supreme Court case Plessey vs. Ferguson in 1896 which declared that all public institutions be racially segregated, but they must be equal. African Americans believed that they were finally getting their chance at equality, but unfortunately white supremacy quickly became apparent. The legal segregation of African Americans from whites in transportation

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    In the 1930’s it felt very uncomfortable for African Americans to travel anywhere because this was during the racial segregation era or commonly referred to as the Jim Crow. It was eventually the term Jim crow was applied to the body of racial segregation laws and practices throughout the nation. This was occurring as early as 1837, the term Jim Crow was used to describe racial segregation in Vermont. Most of these laws happened only in the southern and border states of the united states between the

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    Racial segregation is one of the fundamental issues which is indispensable when talking about the history of the United States. Even since the Civil Rights Act outlawed any discrimination and granted equal rights for all citizens, interracial conflict in this country has not yet solved even today. It is the undeniable evidence of hidden discontents with the race problem in people's mind. The influence of this countrywide problem exists in the education system too. Throughout this semester, we have

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    States has created policies to endure the segregation of African-Americans in both conservative, rural areas of the world, as well as in liberal, metropolitan regions such as San Francisco. Specifically, within Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal, certain organizations, including the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), and the United States Services Organization (USO), explicitly demonstrate signs of racial segregation within urban communities. Building separate

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