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The dictionary defines integration as a way to make schools parks and other facilities available to people of all races on an equal basis Before 1960 both black and white americans alone have basically lived seperately in society itself but kind of in their own way Now of course in todays society integrating blacks and whites isnt as quite as a problem that it used to be during the 1960s and 1970s Now during the time periods 1960 and 1970 integration was introduced into the white schools The reason this was able to happen is because before 1960 all of the black schools were unequal in comparison to the white schools having better facilities and more useful supplies to be taught with Thus resulting in discrimination against the blacks ability to be educated at the same rate as the white schools As a result of this the majority of the white society came together and rebeled against the governments decision to integrate schools Such problems that occered during this whole dispute was rioting both outside the schools and inside as well Which then resulted in the black society to stand up for themselves and become more involved in whats going on Because of this whole disagreement between the two races the black students that attend the integrated schools well they were caught in between everything that happened and everywhere In conclusion I feel that because of society changing so quickly back then equality itself had a chance to turn out very much successful Now on the other hand I felt that even though the timing was just perfect for this to happen integration wasnt I feel that it didnt have enough time to evolve into society Such reason that because of its eagar ability to become one with society it could as very well leave another loop hole to which more problems could occur Such that in the early 1800s around 160 years since integration
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