racialism


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Synonyms for racialism

discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of another race

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He wanted Pakistani people to be mindful of the dangers which provincialism and racialism might pose to the country's solidarity," he said.
The Dalits have suffered discrimination, another name for racialism, for centuries.
Livni: either the government reins in terrorism and racialism, or we go for
The PLO statement, issued on November 25 after a meeting of its central committee, stated that "the bill would legalise racialism and discrimination in all aspects of life and a would constitute a continuation of [Israeli PM] Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to transform Israel into a country that is based on racism, seeking to exploit this bill, in the name of law, to perpetuate and justify racism at the exclusion of all others".
Executives representing some of the oldest and most respected Black-owned media companies in the nation, as well as an academic, talked about how this practice of mass media racialism results in an erroneous and a potentially harmful impression of African Americans.
The article said that racialism is getting more severe in the US and gaps between the minorities and the whites are very wide in the exercise of such rights to work and elect.
Nationalism is to some extent racialism in a more culture-conscious than biological form.
The ANC has spent half a century fighting against racialism.
The ANC have spent half a century fighting against racialism.
In a statement issued here, Altaf Hussain paying rich tributes to the great leader said that Nelson Mandela was indeed a great leader, who struggled for long against racialism in Africa and for ensuring the basic human rights to the people of South Africa.
I detest racialism, because I regard it as a barbaric thing, whether it comes from a black man or a white man.
Scholars and activists, as many in or from Europe as in or from the Americas, consider such topics as the Cornish in the Americas as chameleons, the role of the Welsh Language Project in revitalizing Welsh in the Argentine province of Chubut, The Cueudach Tale in Scotland and Cape Breton, the introduction of racialism to Gaelic literature and culture, and the linguistic policy of the Catholic Church towards missionaries sent to eastern Canada from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
Its motive force is a belief in the past and future greatness of the Celtic peoples, and it has a strong tinge of racialism.
Coercion or its threat, which underpinned all empires from that of Rome to that of modern China, was part of this story as was arrogance and racialism.
Palestinian national factions also condemned the Israeli navy's attack on the Finnish ship, stressing that Israel's acts of piracy reveal ignoring and defiance of the international and humanitarian law and are evidence of the terrorism and racialism led by the government on Benjamin Netanyahu.