Segregation is segregation fact or circumstance?
It's a circumstance because one yes it did happen, but it wasn't right, and two because it had to do with a vast amount of Americans.
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Segregation is enforced separation of races. . It also means to separate things. A classroom can be segregate as to age, abilities, or sex. During meiosis the chromosomes also under go a segregation process.
Segregation means the separation of different kinds of people based on ethnicity or other factors. There was a period of time in the United States in which African-Americans were segregated.
Segregation was the state and national law of separating "coloured" people from white people. Those who were oppressed often had much worse facilities, could not visit better establishments of any kind and were not permitted certain rights that others were.
Segregation is painful when it interrupts. Segregation is a monster outside your door. Segregation is separation or isolation because of race,sex ,religion,culture, or skin color. Segregation ,also,means the act of segregation,or sequestering.
when blacks were separated for whites when blacks were separated for whites when blacks were separated for whites
black and white people, poor and rich, tall and short, fat and thin these are some types of it. (i think) ;)
Segregation was a byproduct of the Civil War in the former Confederate states. The southerners still felt after the Civil War that the former slaves, blacks, were inferior to former slave holders, whites. Segregation is act or process of keeping human separated in their day to day lives. The whites in the southern United States didn't want to have to share their drinking fountains, restrooms, restaurants and hotels with those they thought of as unclean, dirty or inferior. The theory of evolution was use to reinforce the southern white folks belief in the superiority of the white race over the black race. The Bible was also use to show that Noah had cursed the offspring of Ham (Canaan) with slavery for Ham's sin. None of these things justified the action of Segregation, the treating of your own people group as superior and other people groups as inferior. All are created in the image of God: "Red and Yellow, Black and White they are precious in His sight, Jesus loves the little children of the World." And we are all inferior to God Almighty but he still loves us, and Jesus His Son died to open the only way to the Father.
Waste Segregation is dividing waste into dry and wet groups. Dryincludes woods, metals and glass. Wet usually means organic matter.
Americans generally think of segregation as a problem in thesouthern United States, where after the 1896 Supreme Court decisionof Plessy vs. Ferguson, a series of laws made the mixing of theraces illegal in schools or hospitals or theaters and evenrestricted blacks from drinking from "white only" fountains orusing "white only" dressing rooms in department stores. But thereality is that over the centuries, many cultures have practicedsegregation in one form or other. There are two basic types of segregation: de facto, referring tocultures where it is the custom or habit to stay away from aparticular group or restrict their access to certain services; andde jure, referring to actual laws which prohibit and criminalizethe mixing of certain groups. South Africa, for example, had dejure segregation under the name "apartheid." In America, southern states also practiced de jure segregationuntil 1954, when the Supreme Court rules in Brown vs. the Board ofEducation that de jure segregation was unconstitutional. But sadly,while on paper Brown vs. Board of Education outlawed segregation inAmerica, it persisted. Many states, including some up north,continued to practice de facto segregation, restricting blackpeople to certain neighborhoods, denying them access to certainoccupations, and not admitting them to certain schools, even whenthey were qualified to attend. There were no longer any laws on thebooks, but prejudice endured, enshrined in custom and instereotype. The same tendencies to segregate can still be seen in some othercountries too, where a particular racial or ethnic or religiousgroup is feared and ostracized, even though, technically, suchactions may not be legal.
people finally saw the light and knew how wrong in really was (the intelligent ones, anyway) so gradually it eased out, however, racial discrimination still rears it s ugly head, so people must be vigilant that it will not happen again.
Mendelian theory that two genes on a pair of homologous chromosomes are separated from each other at meiosis, eventually to end up in different gametes.. deals with the alleles governing two different traits The Theory of Segregation is a Mendelian theory that a pair of genes on a pair of homologous chromosomes are separated at the occurrence of meiosis, eventually to end up in different gametes.
Mostly because people didn't want to be equal with their former slaves. (e.g. Walk on the same sidewalk as their former slaves)
Segregation exists mostly because of society and fear of the different. People want convenience for them even if it means disconvenience for others. We also have to remember that a lot of rules were made around 1700s, and therefor aren't much good today. . It's not good to segregate people. We have to bring them together. If we tear them apart (when separating LGBT members and straight people, black and white, trans* and cisgendered, tall and short, fat and skinny..., the list goes on). . Segregation, while convenient to some (for example cisgendered people and toilets) can disconvenience and in some cases drive people enough to end their life for something they could never change. . People are all different. Segregation isn't the answer, and shouldn't be. Full stop..
The solution to segregation was to pass laws that madede-segregation mandatory. The laws banned any separations on theground of race in public facilities.
Segregation is the separation between races, colors, classes and more. An example of this is segregation between black and white people in the past. One more example is the social classes of America.
one reason why segregation started was because the people the were making things accrue like white people and different race of people because of the way they treated other people like blacks because of the color of there skins
Segregation began soon after the end of the Civil War. In the late1800s the supreme court made decisions that upheld segregation ofblacks and whites.
Segregation causes people to remain separated when they should befree to mingle. Segregation causes violence as well in some cases.
Because African Americans wanted rights and Americans didn't want to be in the same places with them because, at the time, they were thought to be inferior.
"Segregation" means to keep separate. In terms of people, segregation (particularly on ethnic or racial lines) is generally a BAD idea. In terms of the handling of reactive chemical, it is a necessary process of keeping incompatible chemicals separated so they are unlikely to interact chemically during an upset or spill.
For more than 200 years before the Civil War, slavery existed in the United States. But after the war things began to get worse for blacks. The south thought they needed to do something. The Southern legislatures, former confederates, passed laws known as the black codes, after the war, which severely limited the rights of blacks and segregated them from whites
What segregation did was to separate black and white people and that mostly happened in the bus a perfect example is Rosa Parks. What happened was that Rosa would not give her seat to a white men and just for that she got arrested.
It enables more of the waste to be recycled, which reduces the drain on resources and energy when new stuff is being produced. It also reduces the amount of stuff that has to go to landfills, which is also environmentally good.
Segregation laws are laws that discriminate against a particular race, or group of people or even women as example. An interesting example of a USA segregation law was in the time leading up to the US Civil War. Most all " Northern States" had laws against slavery. What is often overlooked however was the fact that these states had laws forbidding former slaves from voting.
when u split different races and genders and ages (e.i children not being able to vote)
Once the slaves were freed by the emancipation proclamation, people had still thought they were inferior because they were originally slaves. Being that people didn't want to be held on the same level as slaves, they had separated themselves from them and thus, segregation.
Segregation insulates the rich from the poor and alows the rich to feel better about themselves. the consequenses are always that those that are forcibly segragated are not segregated from doing the hard and dirty menial work for the segregators and for very low pay. It leads to eventual revolution and then the almost inevidable poverty and injustice that come with the formation of once segragated states.
Segregation dates all the way back to when slaves were set free when Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1861. It really hit in the earlys 1920's all the way to about the 1960's when John F Kennedy was elected president and made schools integreted.
this is one of Mendel's genetic laws that states that allele pairs segregate during gamete formation and randomly unite at fertilization during the process of mitosis(anaphase)
Segregation is the attempt to keep groups of people of different races, genders, ancestries, etc. separated from each other.
New Orleans created segregated red light districts for white and blacks prostitutes. When the U.S. entered WW II the south was a fully segregated.I am not completely sure but that is all i could find.
The Supreme Court decision Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) legalizedracial segregation in the United States. It meant that AfricanAmericans and White Americans could not use the same public places,such as schools, restaurants, and bathrooms.
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Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 US 537 (1896) In Plessy , the US Supreme Court held segregation was constitutional under the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Amendments, as long as African-Americans were provided " separate but equal " accommodations. This doctrine was overturned by the decision in Brown v. Board of Education, (1954), in which Chief Justice Warren Burger declared, "Separate but equal is inherently unequal..." For more information, see Related Questions, below.
well segregation is to put off in an area just by itself so garbage segregation is to collect garbage and put it in an area where it is alone its kind of like catagorizing something it would be garbage away from everything else. In this case,the garbage may be hazardous
Because everyone on this planet has equal rights, and just because people maybe we can't understand some peoples language or don't believe in their religion, or the most simple thing like they don't have the same skin color does not mean that they should be treated differently from the way that we treat ourselves. Are rights should be equal and if people can't see why, then I feel sorry for them.
Segregation is the result of a society that is beginning to realizehuman equality but is still divided by the ideas that races shouldremain separate even if they are equal and the idea that we are allequal and should all have the same rights and freedoms. Thisseiparation only lasted as long as there was majority who believedin racial separtion.
segregation scheme is the process of separating things from the main body and collect in one place.
Everybody know that Martin Luther king made a speech and when he made that speech someone shot him because they did not wanna see presidents doing the right thing's.
'Segregated' usually means seperated. A lot of the time segregation is used to describe the separation of whites from blacks through the early and mid-1900s.
Racial Segregated schools where where people separated black people from white and kept them in different school.
Some efforts to end segregation were the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Greensboro sit-in, and The March on Washington.
Segregation is separation: 1. The act of segregating, or the state of being segregated; separation from others; a parting. 2. (Science: geology) separation from a mass, and gathering about centers or into cavities at hand through cohesive attraction or the crystallizing process. 3. (genetic) the formation of unique gametes from the genotype of the parents.
Yes. It should still be used now. THose colored people should be slaves all their lives. i hate them
Kind of a vague question, but since the category is regarding the civil war I'll go that direction. Bloody Kansas or the Border War , was a series of violent events, involving anti-slavery Free-Staters and pro-slavery "Border Ruffian" elements, that took place in the Kansas Territory and the western frontier towns of the U.S. state of Missouri roughly between 1854 and 1858. At the heart of the conflict was the question of whether Kansas would enter the Union as a free state or slave state. As such, Bleeding Kansas was a proxy war between Northerners and Southerners over the issue of slavery in the United States. The term "Bleeding Kansas" was coined by Horace Greeley of the New York Tribune; the events it encompasses directly presaged the American Civil War. The United States had long struggled to balance the interests of slaveholders and abolitionists. The events later known as Bleeding Kansas were set into motion by the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854, which nullified the Missouri Compromise and instead implemented the concept of popular sovereignty. An ostensibly democratic idea, popular sovereignty stated that the inhabitants of each territory or state should decide whether it would be a free or slave state; however, this resulted in immigration en masse to Kansas by activists from both sides. At one point, Kansas had two separate governments, each with its own constitution, although only one was federally recognized. On January 29, 1861, Kansas was admitted to the Union as a free state, less than three months before the Battle of Fort Sumter which began the Civil War.
Segregation ended after Brown vs. Board of education was passed, when MLK made his speech, when the jim crow laws were killed, etc. There are many different checkpoints, but there was never a specific date of the end.
From the very moment man stepped out of the cave he began to separate himself from other people he considered to be different from him. At the same time slavery began, so these things have always been part of the history of man.
Segregation had terrible impacts on African Americans at the turn of the century. Not only were they discriminated against, but also discrimination was often violent. They were humiliated and were told they were no better than animals, and could not mix with the rest of society.
Segregation separates a group of citizens from the majority. It isthe segregated who feel the true sting of the segregation.