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racial discrimination

noun as in prejudice based on race


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But the man and women killed in 2012 were unarmed—and now these cops are claiming racial discrimination.

Lisa Jackson, the manager, was white, but she charged that the environment of sexual harassment extended to racial discrimination.

Instead, the Court suggested that we have largely moved beyond racial discrimination.

Of course, religiously-motivated racial discrimination used to be “good,” right up through the 1980s.

The Supreme Court reversed the ruling and invalidated the Virginia law—and federal law generally prohibits racial discrimination.

The questions that affect the status and rights of Indians in the Dominions and Colonies go to the root of racial discrimination.

Even tried to get the manager here to evict Baby; I threatened him with a racial-discrimination suit, and that stopped that.

But pamphlets alone would not put an end to racial discrimination; the committee had to go beyond its role of instructor.

Yet wherever the Army failed to organize its black strength by quota, it was open to charges of racial discrimination.

Independent federal agencies also began to attack racial discrimination.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to racial discrimination, such as: anti-semitism, race discrimination, race prejudice, race snobbery, racialism, and racism.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.