anti–segregation

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adjective an·ti–seg·re·ga·tion \ˌan-tē-ˌse-gri-ˈgā-shən, ˌan-tī-\
variants: or less commonly

antisegregration

Definition of anti–segregation

  1. :  opposing or prohibiting racial segregation anti-segregation laws After being arrested during an antisegregation protest in Alabama, Martin Luther King composes his famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” which argues that civil disobedience is justified when defying unjust laws. — Robert Sharenow

1909

First Known Use of anti–segregation

1909


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