[muh-jawr-i-tee-mi-nawr-i-tee, -nor-, mahy-, -jor--]
- relating to a population in which more than half represent social, ethnic, or racial minorities, and in which fewer members of the more socially, politically, or financially dominant group are represented: majority-minority public schools.
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Examples from the Web for majority-minority
And a lot of the seats Democrats hold are majority-minority seats, which are of course safe.Seriously, Democrats: You’re Done in Dixie
December 10, 2014
As those loans have dried up, the average price that buyers in majority-minority neighborhoods can offer has fallen precipitously.Even If Racism Abates, Its Effects Don't
May 31, 2013
In particular, it has been interpreted to mean that the number of majority-minority districts cannot be reduced.Do We Still Need the Voting Rights Act?
November 25, 2012
So what should a new Republican politics for a majority-minority nation look like?What does Majority-Minority Politics Look Like?
November 8, 2012
That kind of comment might not go over so well in a majority-minority league.Out-Rushing Rush
Samuel P. Jacobs
October 7, 2009