of or relating to a person or people who are not members of the sociocultural classification marked by slight pigmentation of the skin and associated with European descent: Both immigration and births contributed to nonwhite population growth in the most recent census.
a person who is not a member of the sociocultural classification marked by slight pigmentation of the skin and associated with European descent; a person of color.
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How to use nonwhite in a sentence
Americans who are older, have less income, have less education or are nonwhite are less likely to go online, researchers found.How Inequity Gets Built Into America’s Vaccination System | by Maryam Jameel and Caroline Chen | March 1, 2021 | ProPublica
For another, the ban on giving out food and water would probably hit hardest in places with the longest lines to vote, which tend to be in predominantly nonwhite and lower-income communities.
Fifty-four of the 60 illustrators we hired were men—and only four were nonwhite.The corporate world needs to do better on diversity—and so does Fortune | cleaf2013 | December 3, 2020 | Fortune
That is a big problem when you are only winning a quarter of nonwhite votes.
As Judge Davis puts it, Schreiner knew that the Senate Act was “a legal fraud,” enacted simply to remove nonwhite voters and to reduce the NP’s electoral vulnerability.What Happened When South Africa’s Supreme Court Became Unbalanced | Fiona Zublin | October 16, 2020 | Ozy
Compare this country with mostly dark-skinned Brazil, which has had not a single nonwhite Miss Brazil.
Any nonwhite person in America can probably testify to this from more local experience.
Shockingly, there is one nonwhite person in the cast, Salwa, or as MTV has dubbed her, “Bengali in boots.”‘Duck Dynasty,’ ‘Buckwild,’ ‘Honey Boo Boo,’ and the 99 Percent | Tricia Romano | December 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Swell move by the party allegedly trying to reach out now to nonwhite voters eh?
nonwhite registered voters are somewhat less likely than whites to have driver's licenses.
Technically the Steward's Branch was open to all, but in practice it remained strictly nonwhite.Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965 | Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
British Dictionary definitions for non-White
a person not of the Caucasoid or White race
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