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  • King and the movement wanted to make Chicago a racially open city.
  • Previously, there had been a number of different, racially divided football bodies.
  • He believed each race had separate origins because they were so racially diverse.
  • It is a relatively racially mixed area that includes mostly single family homes and a few apartment buildings.
  • For the first time in World Series history, a racially integrated team played.
  • The country has a racially mixed native population, a legacy of its imperial past.
  • The division, therefore, was unique to Army structure at that time, a racially mixed unit.
  • He was one of the first college football coaches to field a racially integrated team.
  • Like many businesses in country towns at the time of its construction, the theatre operated as a racially divided business.
  • The district is very racially diverse compared to other section of South Shore.
  • It became the only racially diverse, co-educational, private Catholic school in the city.
  • Racially, the school is quite balanced, with no group being in the majority.
  • The series has been called "ahead of its time" due to its racially diverse cast of main characters.
  • Throughout the winter he received racially motivated death threats, but stood up well under the pressure.
  • He went to local schools, which were still racially segregated at the time.
  • The United States is one of the most racially diverse countries in the world.
  • They are also one of America's least likely groups to live in racially segregated areas.
  • Jersey City is one of the most racially diverse cities in the world.
  • Its racially-integrated school produced several high school championship football teams, particularly in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
  • The group came under criticism for racially charged text on its blog earlier this year.
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Meaning of racially

  • adverb With respect to race
    racially integrated