Caucasian Race


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Caucasian Race

 

in the classification of the German anato-mist and anthropologist J. Blumenbach (1776), a large racecorresponding to the Europeoid race. In contemporary anthropological literature the term “Caucasian race” is used relatively infrequently.

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The underlying premise and struggle in the Latina/o community was that if people were separated, then the delivery of public education would be inherently inferior and different--something that should not happen to children that were in essence part of the larger Caucasian race.
26) The Lebanese argued that they were from the 'Semitic branch of the Caucasian race.
That same year the PGA added the following amendment to its constitution, Article III, Section I: "Professional golfers of the Caucasian Race and their assistants, over the age of 18 years and residing in North America or South America, who have served at least three years in the profession (either in employ of a golf club or as an assistant to a qualified professional) shall be eligible for election to membership, and in addition thereto the Association, in representative assembly, may elect any number of honorary members and from said honorary members may elect an honorary president and not to exceed two honorary vice-presidents.
This blood, while it gave him the pleasant features of the Caucasian race, vitiated his moral nature and left it stranded high and dry on the shore of blind ignorance" (221).
No part of said property shall at any time be sold, conveyed, leased or rented to or inherited by or otherwise acquired by or become the property of any person whose blood is not entirely that of the Caucasian race.
Risk factors for bladder cancer include age, tobacco use, occupation (carcinogens in the workplace), infections, drinking arsenic-contaminated water, Caucasian race, male gender, family history, treatment with chemotherapy or radiation therapy, low fluid consumption and personal history of the disease.
Extreme prematurity, low birth weight, Caucasian race, placental anomalies, increased maternal age, use of fertility drugs these are all things that will up your ante for having a child with an infantile hemangioma.
The court, however, argued that white persons included "only persons of what is popularly known as the Caucasian race," and since Ozawa was not Caucasian, his naturalization was denied.
Tulane Stadium was the site of the annual Sugar Bowl; by the late 1940s, Sugar Bowl tickets even stated that "this ticket is issued for a person of the Caucasian race.