melodycrazysouthern
  • melodycrazysouthern
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melodycrazysouthern
  • melodycrazysouthern
Segregation by law, or de jure segregation, is when local, state, or national laws require racial separation or allow segregation. De jure segregation ended in the United States in the 1960s. De facto segregation, or segregation in fact, is when racial separation happens even though the laws do not require or allow separation. De facto segregation can happen through social practice, political acts, economic circumstances, or public policy. 8. Which is an example of de facto segregation seen today? A.a law that separates schools by race or ethnicity B.a law that says people of certain races cannot vote C.separate drinking fountains for different races D.high dropout rates among minority students
paki
  • paki
High dropout rate = De Jure segregation...
melodycrazysouthern
  • melodycrazysouthern
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