Inclusion, Exclusion, Segregation, and Integration: What are they and how are they different?

Many African-Americans migrated to Tulsa after the Civil War, carrying dreams of new chapters. The Tulsa race massacre took place on the evening of May 31, 1921, killing hundreds of residents, burning more than 1,250 homes, and erasing years of Black success.

During the 1950s to 1960s, a social justice movement took place to fight for equal rights for Black Americans – known as civil rights. Starting with the right to vote, and then laboring to abolish institutional racial segregation and integrate schools and other aspects of everyday life, the Civil Rights Movement made huge strides over a century of work. 

Watch this video to learn more about the history of the United States’ Civil Rights Movement.

Inclusion, Exclusion, Segregation, and Integration: How are they different?

You will likely come across these terms as you embark or advance on your inclusion journey. This image from Re-Link does a good job of explaining their differences

You can also learn about how inclusion, exclusion, segregation, and integration apply in Education and in the Travel industry.