Racial Discrimination

  • (noun): Discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of another race.
    Synonyms: racism, racialism

Some articles on racial discrimination, discrimination, racial:

Human Rights In Cyprus - Human Rights Violations Due To Cyprus Dispute - Violations in Northern Cyprus
... Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD), in its consideration of reports submitted by states parties under Article 9 of the convention reported "Since the 1974 ...
Leslie Plummer - Racial Discrimination
... He introduced the Racial Discrimination Bill in 1957, aiming to make discrimination on racial grounds illegal the Bill was talked out by Conservative MP Ronald Bell ...
Big Shanty Festival - Controversies - 2009 Racial-discrimination Suit
... the Marietta Daily Journal published details regarding a lawsuit over racial discrimination filed against the city of Kennesaw and a number of its officials ... the city's department of public works – two current and one former – alleged racial discrimination amid a hostile work environment ...
Racism In Cuba - Anti-discrimination Laws
... more, which I might call the fourth battle—the battle to end racial discrimination at work centers ... I repeat the battle to end racial discrimination at work centers ... Of all the forms of racial discrimination the worst is the one that limits the colored Cuban's access to jobs.“ Castro pointed to the distinction between social segregation and ...
Timeline Of Racial Tension In Omaha, Nebraska - 1950 To 2000
... According to several prominent Omaha historians, racial discrimination was a significant issue in Omaha from the 1950s through the 2000s (decade) ... were opened between the "West Omaha matron and the black laborer." Events reflecting racial tension in Omaha from 1950 to 2000 chronological order Date Issue. 1966 Racial discrimination A Time for Burning, a documentary made featuring North Omaha and its issues, is released ...

Famous quotes related to racial discrimination:

    I say to you quite frankly that the time for racial discrimination is over.
    Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)