racial group

racial group

A group of people who are defined by race, colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins. All racial groups in the UK are protected from unlawful racial discrimination.
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Sewa Singh Mandla's high-profile battle against civic authorities in the 1970s led to landmark legislation recognising Sikhs as a distinct ethnic and racial group.
Census Bureau population report shows that the Asian American population is the fastest growing racial group nationwide.
Previous research has demonstrated that people are more likely to vote for political candidates who most strongly look like members of their racial group.
Even those people causing fear or alarm or insecurity among racial group can be held accountable under the provision.
Yet quantifying how quickly health declines with age and exploring how this varies by education and racial group is not a simple task.
The researchers found that the telomeres were significantly shorter among men who both faced more discrimination and held a greater bias against their own racial group than were the telomeres among the other participants.
Pessimism among that racial group about their families' economic futures has climbed to the highest point since at least 1987.
Washington, July 17 ( ANI ): Asian-American victims of domestic violence seldom seek help from police or health care providers - "an alarming trend" among the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, a researcher has said.
For the study, published in Developmental Psychology, the researchers surveyed more than 300 black undergraduate students on the importance of race to a person's self-concept (centrality), whether or not they feel good about being part of their racial group (private regard), and how they perceive their racial group to be viewed by others (public regard).
The racial group claiming to be most bullied was black African and A Caribbean - 29% compared to 18% of white children.
The argument that one racial group has the genetic advantage over another has echoes of the "superior race" debate which should never be repeated.
54) The rate of admission for a particular racial group is the