Don Imus apologized for a racially offensive remark and his career was almost mortally wounded.
Yet the men who wrote and ratified that provision had extensive gun laws—and many of them were racially discriminatory.
This same collection of states was legally open to and/or required by statute to be racially segregated.
Romney disputed that notion and called it a “racially charged epithet.”
The mere fact that his hunting lease had a racially hateful name is not good.
racially, it holds the balance between the European Aryan and the yellow races.
We are what we are by reason of what we have already been, as well individually as racially.
Neither was their personality stamped in any way, professionally, socially or racially.
racially of course they are different from us as they are different from each other.
He must not attempt to deny his modes of apprehension and realization because they are racially colored.
racial ra·cial (rā'shəl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of race or races.
Arising from or based on differences among human racial groups.