racial美 ['reɪʃ(ə)l] 英 ['reɪʃ(ə)l]
happening or existing between people of different races
They have pledged to end racial discrimination in areas such as employment.
connected with a person's race
a person's racial origin
existing or taking place between different races
relating to or characteristic of races or a race of people
One day, in high school, a well-intentioned teacher, who was trying to teach something she called "racial identity, " tried an experiment.
It seems as if the person is a mixture of black and white, society demands that he or she must be bi-racial like the president.
"The idea of racial and ethnic diversity altering the kind of conversation that goes on in the classroom is so overrated, " he said.
The president said he wanted the meeting to defuse the racial issues brought up by the arrest.
Many Democrats and US Muslim groups argued that this hearing was a form of racial profiling, and should be expanded to include other groups.
At times, that anger is exploited by politicians, to gin up votes along racial lines, or to make up for a politicians own failings.
He said the United States today is more fair, free and just than during the 1950s and 1960s when King fought for racial equality.
The Hispanic unemployment rate was the highest riser of any racial and ethnic group over that period, reported the Wall Street Journal.
Let me say at the outset that this proposal is made with no single region, no single class, no single racial or religious group in mind.
One user jokingly suggested that the gaffe was actually an attempt to cram more racial backgrounds into a single image.