ethnic minority

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a group that has different national or cultural traditions from the majority of the population

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The agencyas representatives in the nearby city of Gotse Delchev have stated that the minority groups have been consulted on the social assistance they can be provided with.
For this mentoring program, nurses from racial and ethnic minority groups are preferred and encouraged to attend.
Deep-seated and systemic differences" remain between men and women and minority groups in pay and employment, the National Equality Panel found.
Our aim by touring this production is to raise awareness of prejudice towards the travelling community as an ethnic minority group and to discuss racism in its wider sense," said Ynyr, artistic director of the company.
Even when they obtain early prenatal care, women who belong to racial and ethnic minority groups are more likely than white women to experience perinatal mortality--the loss of a fetus or the death of an infant within four weeks after birth.
The research suggests that simply belonging to an ethnic minority group does not predict higher or lower levels of self-esteem.
Among the many cultural groups, Asian Americans are the second fastest growing ethnic minority group in the United States (U.
It's also recognized for its progressive approach to practice management in the 21st century and for bringing women and members of minority groups closer to proportionate representation in the profession's ranks.
The issue, however, is whether our council taxes should be used to provide an official reception for someone who publicly condemns a minority group - gay people.
In its ruling, which took place four years later, the court stated that, "segregation of children in public schools solely on the basis of race deprives children of the minority group of equal educational opportunities.
This particular view is most prevalent in schools and communities where one minority group is predominant.
But like many an upwardly mobile immigrant or member of a minority group, she feels ambivalent about the costs of her academic success, which has made her and others like her aliens in their own families.
IREM's minority scholarship program is intended to foster in creased opportunities in the field of real estate management for individuals from minority group
5 kilograms of heroin from neighboring Myanmar after a brief clash with an armed ethnic minority group at a border area, the Thai army said Wednesday.
population is about 11% Hispanic, and this population is predicted to become the largest minority group in this country within the next 10 to 15 years, Farmers reports.
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