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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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The club's statement read: "Norwich City regrets to confirm four separate cases involving actual or alleged racist abuse aimed at our defender Sebastien Bassong have been reported to police in the last two weeks.
In Wirral 35 were temporarily excluded for bullying, 20 for racist abuse and 10 for sexual misconduct.
We paint over racist reality to make a beautiful delusion of self, of society.
Whenever Trumps says something racist or sexist he gains consensus instead of losing it.
Whelan later apologised for any offence caused and denied being racist, but Tan said: "I think he insulted the dignity of all Jewish people.
But it was the England and Wales Cricket Board's investigation into whether there was a racist element to the verbal attack that led to what Gale has described as "the toughest time" of his career.
London, May 14 ( ANI ): A British-Asian member of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) who was reportedly tipped to be a leader in the future has quit accusing the party of 'deliberately attracting the racist vote'.
POLITICAL party UKIP will adopt a different approach to tackling claims it is racist with a new election campaign strategy featuring black and ethnic minority candidates this week, Nigel Farage said.
Nearly 1300 racist incidents were recorded in Scots schools over the past two years, it has been revealed.
Apart from a well known racist who had been filmed giving a Nazi salute, there were some in Union Jack vests and someone wearing a Help for Heroes T-shirt who did not represent the organisation.
CHARLES GREEN was last night hit with a PS2500 SFA fine for bringing the game into disrepute by using racist language in a newspaper interview.
SALOMON KALOU has suffered racist abuse as a young player at Feyenoord in Holland, but is still happy to give his former Chelsea team-mate John Terry his support.