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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The article noted that hipster racism is "a trend we noticed back in 2005, at the height of the Kill Whitey parties".
On March 7, 2017, Ontario released A Better Way Forward: Ontarios 3-Year Anti-Racism Strategic Plan that includes initiatives to combat systemic racism and create equitable outcomes for Indigenous and racialized communities.
Compared with the investigation of other ideologies, the approach of racism is more complex, precisely because the terms on which it is based and on which it relies, in particular those of "race" and "races classification/ hierarchy" are debatable and objectionable.
There has been a shift, racism has always existed but there is a move to an openly anti-muslim or anti-immigrant sentiment.
Malema is the only party leader in South Africa thus far who has boldly spoken to and challenged the ongoing problem of racism in our society.
The three tasks of becoming actively antiracist are to name racism, ask "How is racism operating here?
In the past we had to sit down with our former oppressors, apartheid architects, to discuss racism," the former anti-apartheid stalwart said.
The panel spoke to the children about their own thoughts on racism in football, what they should do if they experience racial abuse and encouraged them to campaign against racism.
Cultural racism, therefore, happens when certain people perceive their beliefs and customs as being culturally superior to the beliefs and customs of other groups of people.
It would be nice if more sports, and also other celebrities, came forward and found the time to make a stand against racism.
Mahalik, Pierre, and Wan (2006) suggested that self-concept, including self-esteem and shyness, was commingled with perceived racism to such a degree that it was difficult to determine the association between self-concept and psychological distress without considering perceived racism.
Racism in Australia has a long history, with the unilateral appropriation of Indigenous land by the British in 1770.
DURHAM'S police commissioner has backed a football charity set up to fight racism.
RACISM WITHOUT RACISTS: COLOR-BLIND RACISM AND THE PERSISTENCE OF RACIAL INEQUALITY IN AMERICA appears in its fourth updated edition to provide college-level sociology courses with a fine probe of how racial inequalities are justified by whites.
In 1997 and 2009 they provided information on their experiences of "everyday" racism, like poor service in stores or restaurants, and "lifetime" racism, which was discrimination encountered on the job, in housing, and by police.