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racism

A conscious or unconscious belief in the superiority of a particular race, which may lead to acts of discrimination and unequal treatment based on an individual’s skin colour or ethnic origin or identity.

ra·cism

(rā'sizm)
Attitudes, practices and other factors that discriminate against people because of their race, color, or ethnicity.
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Differences between Male Supremacy and Racial Supremacy
In rendering suddenly legible the violence and arbitrariness of the American system of racial supremacy, Sutpen and his Haitian slaves expose a history that the South has repressed, though not erased: the history of imperialism and its implicit racial logic capable of destroying all fantasies of a naturalized claim to a white American homeland.
There were, too, the subtle and explicit influences of the embodiments of principled and disciplined accomplishment, white racial supremacy notwithstanding, in the embodied persons and teaching of the Negro/black, brown, and white teacher-scholar-artists on the faculties, a number of whom also were pivotal in the movements.
Issues discussed in the volume range from ecclesial complicity in racial supremacy to a dichotomous theology of nature and grace with sharp boundaries between church and world, and again from the church's recurrent incapacity to take a prophetic option for migrants to "a whiff of Donatism" in the attitudes of some US bishops to their roles as teachers and leaders.
In the chapters that follow, he remarks that "Israel is the Jewish state and Jewishness is an ethno-centric ideology driven by exclusiveness, exceptionalism, racial supremacy and a deep inherent inclination towards segregation".
Even those who claim to speak with God have endorsed Israeli oppression and supported the Zionists' lust for land and racial supremacy.
imperialism and the ideology of religious, cultural, and racial supremacy.
He argues that the construction of these racial orders of racism, racial separation, and decentralized power and authority, while never uncontested, served as imperial testing grounds foreshadowing the establishment of a global order of racial supremacy and empire that was to spread around the world through the 19th and 20th centuries.
His achievements completely undermined Hitler's half-baked notions of racial supremacy.