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  • They have also been known to be very anti-racist, especially toward black and white people.
  • He denied making such a statement or holding in any way to its racist view.
  • This friend has become racist and mentally ill during the time she was gone.
  • Call him a racist in signs if you see him.
  • It dismissed a large number of staff and students for political and racist reasons.
  • She started to 'pass' as a white woman and married a white man, who is a racist.
  • Also some now suggest it is racist for white people to "black up" for any reason.
  • It is also notable for its non-racist treatment of Chinese characters, something quite unusual in its day.
  • They were determined to defend the local black community from racist attacks.
  • I could have been labeled a racist for the rest of my career.
  • In fact, these racists did their job too well.
  • Howard became less racist as he grew older, due to several influences.
  • Nor was it the result of any particular victory of the civil rights advocates over the racists. Cited from Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965, by Morris J. MacGregor Jr.
  • Southern culture remained deeply racist, and those blacks who remained faced a dangerous situation.
  • His efforts to explain what he saw in Europe only inflamed other racists.
  • However just because society has been conditioned this way does not mean that society is committed to racist thinking.
  • He finds the north less racist than the south and begins forming concrete ideas about American race relations.
  • He also stated that Australia is not a racist country.
  • This was found to be the work of a group of young men who were well known racists - several members already had criminal records.
  • He tells her in racist terms to continue waiting.
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Words starting with racist

Meaning of racist

  • noun A person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to others