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ghettoize in Race relations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishghettoizeghet‧to‧ize verb (also ghettoise British English) /ˈɡetəʊaɪz $ -toʊ-/ [transitive]  1 PGSSRto force people to live in a ghetto2 SSRTOWNto make part of a town become a ghetto→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
ghettoizeIn the north part of the city, the neighborhoods were becoming ghettoized.Ellen accused Bernard of being anti-feminist, and attempting to ghettoize ethnic minorities; he accused her of racism and white elitism.Blacks coming from the South were ghettoized in high-rise housing projects.