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The separation of people into different public areas because of their race, class, or ethnic group.
Actively ending the separation of people into different public areas, often by changing laws.
Bringing people together in an area or group that was previously restricted to certain groups and providing all with equality.
Fences or other physical objects that block something or someone.
A large crowd of people who are pressed close together and difficult to control, usually trying to get closer to something or someone.
Refusing to do or be part of something in protest, often to influence change.
Law enforcement officers who ensure that federal laws and court decisions are being carried out.
The act of giving up one thing of value to receive something else of value.
Allowing behavior to take place, even if one does not agree with it.
The state of mind that enables one to face danger or fear with confidence and resolution; bravery.
Easily agitated or distressed; high-strung or jumpy; feeling uneasy or apprehension.
Identification with and understanding of another situation with feeling; feeling sorry for another.
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