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 als…o under go a segregation process. (MORE)
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. (MORE)
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.. (MORE)
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 so…cial classes of America. (MORE)
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. (MORE)
Who banned segregation? The US Supreme Court in the landmark case of Brown vs. Board of Education (of Topeka) in 1954. The court decided that the standing rule that came out o…f the case of Plessy vs. Ferguson only some 60 years earlier, which said that segregation was constitutionally acceptable, was wrong. Because ultimately there was no such thing as "separate, but equal" and that inevitably one group of people, principally Black people, wound up with "less than equal" accommodations, education, lives, and most importantly, lesser opportunity. And we are a country that is all about opportunity. The Brown case applied to public education. Subsequent cases and laws applied to public transportation, housing, restaurants, and virtually every kind of situation where segregation impaired opportunity. About the only place where segregation is still "legal" (or more appropriately "accepted") are those relatively few situations meant for a particular ethnic, cultural or racial group, such as a Native American homeland, where people of other backgrounds may be welcomed but are not entitled to certain benefits enjoyed by the Native American population, or Native Hawaiians who have homestead rights tied to their bloodline and can prevent those with less than 25% "pure" Hawaiian ancestry from owning land in certain areas. (MORE)
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. (MORE)