racism

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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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Bomb Girls shows two examples of racist discrimination against people of colour.
He was cross-examined by Mr Malik, who represented himself, and denied there had been any form of racist discrimination in the selection process.
Racist discrimination resulted in Mexican immigrants being relegated to substandard housing and some of the worst working conditions in the city.
If he felt he was the victim of racist discrimination when he was a player, then he had a duty to bring it to our attention at the time.