noun, plural eth·nic·i·ties.
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Example sentences from the Web for ethnicity
Racial disparities also increased or decreased depending on how dark it was outside, which the report suggested could be because some people were stopped more often when officers could more easily perceive their race or ethnicity.Sacramento Report: 3 Takeaways From a Wild Legislative Session|Sara Libby|September 4, 2020|Voice of San Diego
The other issue is the lack of a uniform way to count race and ethnicity.New South Bay Supervisor’s To-Do List: Ensure an Equitable Recovery|Maya Srikrishnan|August 31, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Teachers had already made predictions of their students’ exam scores, but previous studies had shown that these could be biased on the basis of age, gender, and ethnicity.The UK exam debacle reminds us that algorithms can’t fix broken systems|Karen Hao|August 20, 2020|MIT Technology Review
This data is largely incomplete, though, because the majority of occupants – 736 – did not report their ethnicity.Coronavirus Hit Latinos Harder Thanks to a Perfect Storm of Disparities|Maya Srikrishnan|August 12, 2020|Voice of San Diego
The panel should not base its decisions on ethnicity or race—but it also cannot ignore the influence those factors will have on demand.
Muslim refers to religion while Arab is an ethnicity and in fact more than 60 percent of Arab Americans are Christians.
The Southerners had history, ethnicity, culture, slavery, religion, and a quasi-aristocratic honor society to hold them together.
Everyone is a target at any moment despite his ethnicity or belief.
Working as a busboy in Miami during the 1980s, Rameau often faced racism due to his ethnicity.
When will the FBI finally stop using religion and ethnicity as a reason to investigate Americans?Holder’s New Rules Aren’t Enough—It’s Time for an End to Profiling|Dean Obeidallah|April 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Cultural definitions for ethnicity
Identity with or membership in a particular racial, national, or cultural group and observance of that group's customs, beliefs, and language.