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adjective as in integrated

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Former First Lady Michelle Obama and a multiracial coalition of celebrities and influencers are pushing for action on voting rights.

We believe the United States is and should remain a multiracial democracy.

The University has given me a lot, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to give back by helping students pursue their dreams and learn how to practice the type of journalism that is truly reflective of our multiracial nation.

This tradition flourished in the critical decades after the Civil War, when the promise of a pluralist, multiracial democracy appeared within reach.

She has a unique perspective, and unlike Tiger Woods — similarly multiracial — she would rather embrace her Blackness and use it as a point of discussion than avoid social issues and just compete.

He is multiracial, of African American and Native American heritage.

But at home, where it mattered most, the ANC was a genuine, multiracial movement for democracy.

Through organizing and activism, he has created a multiracial political movement that draws thousands of people every week.

For the sake of our novel experiment in broad-based multiracial democracy, I hope they reject the Cathie Adamses of their party.

Beer commercials seem to be made up entirely of multiracial groups of men who accept each other unconditionally.

In 1980, Southern Rhodesia became independent as Zimbabwe, a multiracial nation under a system of majority rule.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to multiracial, such as: multicultural, null, open, interracial, nonracial, and nonsectarian.

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