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But African-Americans aren’t the only group who have been targeted for hate crimes and exclusion from participation in democracy.
TK Toymaker Hasbro pledged last year to add a gamepiece depicting the female character of Rey to its Star Wars-themed Monopoly game after an 8-year-old girl's handwritten letter about Rey's exclusion prompted backlash.
As this survey shows, public opinion has the capacity for both tolerance and exclusion.
What does this mean for those who are excluded, and what does this exclusion mean for society as a whole?
On June 18, former Drake & Josh star Drake Bell fired off a series of tweets about his exclusion from his co-star Josh Peck's wedding.
Most performances are available to purchase, some exclusions apply (ie: No Saturday performances available for WICKED).
How the exclusion for disabled children under the Senate bill would work isn't clear.
The exclusion has raised big questions about how to uphold the Constitution's prohibition on government support for religion without discriminating against those who are religious.
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Origin and Etymology of exclusion
Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin exclusion-, exclusio, from excludere
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
EXCLUSION Defined for Kids
Definition of exclusion for Students
: the act of shutting or keeping out : the state of being shut or kept out
Legal Definition of exclusion
1 : the act of excluding or state of being excluded; specifically : refusal of entry into the U.S. by immigration officials review of deportation and exclusion orders — compare deportation
2 : something that excludes or is excluded: as a : a part of an insurance contract that excludes specified risks from coverage — compare condition, declaration b : an amount that is excluded from tax liability — compare credit, deduction, exemption
exclusionary\-zhə-ˌner-ē\ play adjective
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