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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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Racist discrimination, therefore, refers to the behavioral manifestations of racism: "actions designed to maintain own-group characteristics and favored position at the expense of members of the comparison group" (Jones, 1972, p.
Because previous research has suggested that women who are subjected to the stresses of racist discrimination may reach menopause earlier than others, the survey explored women's perceptions of their experiences of racism; the results showed little support for racism as a factor in menopause.
Even today, ignorance reins and a heavy silence surrounds racist and ethnicist practices: "Everything happens as if racist discrimination were entirely limited to random individual interactions, without any collective impact, without any social implications" (p.
Is not a federal government that has both the power and the moral and legal obligation to prevent such racist discrimination, but refuses to take the requisite action, a racist government?
Bomb Girls shows two examples of racist discrimination against people of colour.
Kuwait has also requested Luxembourg government, during the western European country's annual comprehensive report at the UNHRC, to take extra necessary steps to stop all kinds of racist discrimination and hate crimes against the Muslims.
He added that his mere intention was to emerge out of the current dreadful situation and the state of racist discrimination against the Palestinians residing in Lebanon.