racism


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Synonyms for racism

Synonyms for racism

the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races

discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of another race

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McClaren said: "I am proud to follow in the footsteps of Sir Bobby Robson and become a patron for Show Racism the Red Card.
McClaren said: "I am proud to follow in the footsteps of Sir Bobby Robson a n d become a patron for Show Racism the Red Card.
James Kingett, campaign officer for Show Racism The Red Card, said: "He said that the roots of racism need to be tackled rather than the symptoms of it.
In particular, attachments to place, or the desire to protect one's local area from being branded a racist space, can lead to the denial of racism or a reluctance to acknowledge racism within a particular place.
Racism is a significant stressor in the lives of African-American women, and our results contribute to a growing body of evidence indicating that experiences of racism can have adverse effects on health," Patricia Coogan, research professor of epidemiology at Boston University said.
Angry at Blatter's comments, Valeriu Nicolae from the Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) group said that Blatter should quit as his behaviour and his declarations have become erratic, adding that his comments were completely unacceptable.
Racism ravages our soul and stifles the power of God from being fully expressed in and through our own lives to positively touch the lives of others.
The remainder of the book is organized into two parts on racism and anti-racism.
While many Canadians take pride in the belief that Canada is viewed as a country that promotes immigration and multiculturalism, the fact remains that racism does exist within contemporary Canadian society.
In a statement issued through the GPA yesterday, Garret Mullan, a co-ordinator for the body said: "There can be no place for racism in the GAA and no place for racism in Irish society.
Internalized racism is a contributing factor to the inability of African Americans to overcome racism.
A PROJECT aiming to boot racism out of football, backed by Cardiff City player Robert Earnshaw, is one of a range of projects sharing in more than pounds 4m from the Big Lottery Fund.
On a day when the Football Association charged Liverpool's Luis Suarez with racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra, and with a racism investigation against John Terry still going on, in two television interviews Blatter said racism on the field of play is not a problem.
RIO Ferdinand led the attack as football rounded on Sepp Blatter for his suggestion that racism in the game could be forgotten with a handshake.
Cities, such as Lethbridge, recognize racism and discrimination exist in their communities and dedicate resources to building a safe and inclusive community for everyone.