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7th Selma Lord Selma

segregation a time when laws allowed separation of people by color
desegregation getting rid of laws that allowed segregation
integration the act of mixing people of different races, religions, and cultures
prejudice an opinion that is not based on reason, but on hatred and fear
boycott refusal to buy a certain thing or refusal to do a certain thing; example, the bus boycott in Montgomery, AL
protest an expression of objection by words or actions
racism the belief that a certain race is better than another, which usually leads to actions of discrimination and violence
stereotype an oversymplified, usually negative, view of a person
tolerance acceptance and respect of other races, religions, and cultures
Created by: Amsweet