Words nearby racial
OTHER WORDS FROM racialra·cial·ly, adverban·ti·ra·cial, adjectivenon·ra·cial, adjective
Examples from the Web for racially
The 1988 presidential race is rightly remembered for its focus on demagogic and racially coded appeals.Why Isn’t Prison Justice on the Ballot This Tuesday?|Inimai Chettiar, Abigail Finkelman|November 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But will his racially charged rhetoric make him a liability instead?The Far-Right Radio Host Who Could Deliver the Senate to the GOP|Ben Jacobs|October 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“It really is a struggle [to cast ethnically and racially accurate roles],” says the casting director.White Guys Still Get The Best Bible Roles in Hollywood|Lewis Beale|September 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the most racially motivated law of all, Bayor points out, was passed in 1924.
Schools today are as racially segregated (PDF) as they were in the 1960s.How Charter Schools and Testing Regimes Have Helped Re-Segregate Our Schools|Sally Kohn|May 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The southern man far surpasses us in certain traits of which we have taken small account and in which we are racially deficient.Prowling about Panama|George A. Miller
These last were mostly men above middle age, and of a fanatical and racially bitter type.The World For Sale, Complete|Gilbert Parker
Racially and socially Belgium felt itself closely allied to France, economically its interests were much greater with Germany.
The civilization of the West is fundamentally one not because the peoples of the West are one racially.The Unity of Civilization|Various
But the Martian noble, racially much frailer than the people of Earth, was no match for the athletic Shelby.The Revolt of the Star Men|Raymond Gallun