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Noun
/ˈrāˌsizəm/,
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The belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, esp. so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races,
  1. The belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, esp. so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races

  2. Prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on such a belief
    • - a program to combat racism

  1. the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races
  2. discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of another race
  3. (racist) a person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to others
  4. (racist) based on racial intolerance; "racist remarks"
  5. (racist) discriminatory especially on the basis of race or religion
  6. Racism is the belief that the genetic factors which constitute race are a primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race. Racism's effects are called "racial discrimination. ...
  7. (Racist (epithet)) Playing the race card is an idiomatic phrase that refers to the act of bringing the issue of race or racism into a debate, perhaps to obfuscate the matter. ...
  8. (racist) An advocate of racism; Of, relating to, or advocating racism
  9. (racist) anyone who disagrees with the policies of a black politician or thinks illegal aliens are illegal
  10. (Racist) Anyone who has decided that individuals should be judged not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character, i.e. one who does not consider one's race as that person's primary identity factor. ...
  11. (Racist) Republicans who do not swoon at the sight of President Obama
  12. (Racist) What you are considered if you disagree with liberals about the victim mentality that drives their agenda.
  13. (Racist) assuming someone will have certain traits or behaviors associated with racial categories.
  14. (Racist) one whose actions flow from and whose status and privilege is bolstered by racially supremacist attitudes or principles, whether or not the person acts this way intentionally
  15. (racist) (1) adjective – opposed to Obama or his party; (2) noun – a Republican
  16. (racist) (adjective): any Democrats who dares to challenge an extremist conservative judicial bench appointment where the candidate is a minority. Also see affirmative action.
  17. (Racists) Individuals, particularly in white Christian culture, who advocate the superiority of white Christian civilization and morality. Zionism and the State of Israel, however, reflecting the exalted ethics of Judaism, do not exemplify such bigotry.
  18. Any attitude, action or institutional structure which systematically treats an individual or group of individuals differently because of their race. The most common form of racism in North America is in the form discrimination against African-Americans. ...
  19. The systematic subordination of members of targeted racial groups who have relatively little social power in the United States (Blacks, Latino/as, Native Americans, and Asians), by the members of the agent racial group who have relatively more social power (Whites). ...
  20. Racism= Race prejudice+ Power. Racial and cultural prejudice and discrimination, supported intentionally or unintentionally by institutional power and authority, used to the advantage of one race and the disadvantage of other races. ...
  21. A system in which one group has economic and social power over another group because of their skin colour. Racism is found in attitudes and behaviour of individuals, and in organizations. Racism in laws, policies, or organizational practices is called “systemic racism”. See Discrimination.
  22. the use of race to establish and justify a social hierarchy and system of power that privileges, preferences or advances certain individuals or groups of people usually at the expense of others. Racism is perpetuated through both interpersonal and institutional practices.
  23. A set of incorrect assumptions, opinions and acts resulting from the belief that one race is inherently/genetically superior to another. It occurs when people are not treated fairly because of their cultural or ethnic differences. ...
  24. The belief that one 'racial group' is inferior to another and the practices of the dominant group to maintain the inferior position of the dominated group. Often defined as a combination of power, prejudice and discrimination.