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racial

1. denoting or relating to the division of the human species into races on grounds of physical characteristics
2. characteristic of any such group
3. of or relating to a subspecies

What does it mean when you dream about race?

To experience different ethnicities of people in one’s dream may be suggesting that the dreamer either needs to—or has successfully accomplished—integrating him-or herself into a better understanding of the humanity of others.

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'I urge all Malaysians not to drag further the issue of Dr Zakir Naik or any foreign preacher into racial tension as this may involve diplomatic relations and security,' he said after the Rahmatan Lil 'Alamin town hall session and the launch of the Defence Ministry-level outreach programme at Dewan Darul Kifayah here yesterday.
More importantly, results found that those risks are reduced by adaptive parenting practices in African American families known as racial socialization.
Additionally, the model minority myth is often used to legitimize the denigration and negative stereotyping of other racial minorities as well as to gloss over the racial experiences of Asians (S.
Los autores investigaron el papel que juegan la raza, las actitudes de identidad racial y la alianza de trabajo en la supervision de consejeria, empleando datos obtenidos de supervisores involucrados en diadas de supervision.
The Supreme Court is asking whether the two programs, which have been upheld by federal appeals courts until now, are "acceptable" moves toward student diversity or just a way for the schools to set illegal racial quotas.
Olgetree Jr., a law professor and executive director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School, and Austin Sarat, a law professor at Amherst College, combine the most severe criminal punishment with the bugaboo of racial class and prejudice in their book From Lynch Mobs to the Killing State: Race and the Death Penalty in America (New York University Press, May 2006).
STAR held its first annual conference, "Racial Violence and Reconciliation," at the University of Mississippi in March 2006.
To survive, racial preference policies must pass "strict scrutiny," the Court's most exacting level of analysis.
Such relationships showed, among other things, that racial differences were only skin deep, that blacks could be accepted and loved by whites and that the offspring of blacks and whites were not inferior.
Racial disparities in perinatal mortality have been documented for decades.
Welcome to the disturbing world of implicit bias, where people's preferences for racial, ethnic, and other groups lie outside their awareness and often clash with their professed beliefs about those groups.
Next, we summarize and critique career intervention models for racial and ethnic minorities regarding the models' attention to the impact of counselors' multicultural awareness throughout the course of intervention.