Reverse Racism

Reverse racism is a term which refers to discrimination against the dominant cultural or racial group in a society.

Read more about Reverse Racism:  In The United States, In South Africa

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Reverse Racism - In South Africa
... Accusations of reverse racism have been leveled particularly at government efforts to transform the demographics of South Africa's white-dominated civil ... Nelson Mandela in 1995 described "racism in reverse" when Black students demonstrated in favor changing the racial makeup of staff at South African universities ... that in fact a great deal of ongoing actual racism persisted from apartheid ...

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