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State of the Union: Chicago, Segregation and "The Dignity of Work" - Huffington Post

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State of the Union: Chicago, Segregation and "The Dignity of Work"
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Race is America's pothole. The thing that's left behind in the wake of a larger more destructive thing. The thing we swerve but can't avoid.
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Are Nationalists the new Segregationists?

Are Nationalists the new Segregationists? | Segregation | Scoop.it

For most of U.S. history there have been segregationists. Today you don't hear of them so much because times have changed - or have they? 


Can it be that the those families who used to preach separate but equal, are now the families who are anti-immigrant?


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Timothy Saul Hunter's curator insight, February 3, 2015 2:19 PM

We chose this article because even though the world said no more segregation somewhere there is people that still practice it. When reading there are many people today that still believe that there should be segregation. In the article it reads "I feel sorry for a child to be born in a family that teaches racism. Our reaction to this was relief. To know that there is someone else that agrees with segregation being wrong. In reality the question still remains has time change or is history repeating its self.

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Muslim gender segregation stirs UK debate

Muslim gender segregation stirs UK debate | Segregation | Scoop.it
Incident at University College London talk thrusts Islam's male-and-female divide into the spotlight.
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Stark color photos of segregation-era U.S. thought lost, rediscovered ...

Stark color photos of segregation-era U.S. thought lost, rediscovered ... | Segregation | Scoop.it
However, in early 2012 the Gordon Parks Foundation was going through several storage boxes and came upon a taped-up paper package labeled, “Segregation Series.” In it they found 70 more color photographs from Parks' ...
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'Insidious And Persistent' Residential Segregation Called Out In Study

'Insidious And Persistent' Residential Segregation Called Out In Study | Segregation | Scoop.it
Among minority American communities, rising household wealth far from a guarantees an improved standard of living, according to a new analysis of census data by The US 2010 Project, a joint undertaking of Brown University and the Russell Sage...

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