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nonracial

(nɒnˈreɪʃəl)
adj
not related to racial factors or discrimination
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Adj.1.nonracial - not racial; having nothing to do with race or races; "his remarks were intended to be completely nonracial"; "a nonracial reason for the peremptory challenge of the juror"
racial - of or characteristic of race or races or arising from differences among groups; "racial differences"; "racial discrimination"
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One of the complaints of bullying is understood to have been made by the under-23 winger Yasin Ben El-Mhanni, alleging he had been the subject of nonracial bullying by the 57-year-old.
He was instrumental in transforming the country into a nonracial democracy and paved the way for Nelson Mandela to become president.
If de Klerk wants to recover the momentum to a nonracial constitution and a more peaceful future, he must quickly control the violence.
Almost a decade and a half after he left office, the ANC has metamorphosed from a party driven by one vision of a true, nonracial and egalitarian society, to a party grappling with its own identity, a parry squandering its historical moral high ground.
When you came out, all you asked was for a nonracial society.
World leaders, including US President Barack Obama, are set to take part in the memorial service on Tuesday to pay final respects to Mandela, an icon of the anti-Apartheid struggle and a man of peace and reconciliation who smoothly led South Africa's transition to nonracial democracy in its first free and democratic elections in 1994.
They were either unborn or infants in 1990 when the government released Nelson Mandela after 27 years in prison, and they were about to start school when white minority rule finally ended with the country's first nonracial elections of 1994.
This may be deeply ingrained at psychological levels," said Navarrete, "and may manifest itself particularly if women believe men from different racial and nonracial groups to be physically imposing and when women are most fertile.
Adeyanju's intriguing discussion of "racism without race" implies that essentialism may take a less explicit form in the contemporary era, and that "race" can be expressed and sustained in implicit and nonracial terms:
The first four chapters are dedicated to the establishment of "interracial Methodism," the Methodist Episcopal Church (headquartered in the North versus the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, based on the southern states), the decline of the quest for a raceless Methodism, and the move to renegotiate black Methodist identity, which entailed compromise of the older principle of a casteless, nonracial Christianity.
It employs two tests--the policy's motivation and the policy's effect--to distinguish between legitimate and illegitimate cases: using racial criteria to achieve either a racial purpose or a nonracial purpose, and using facially-neutral criteria to achieve either a racial purpose or a non-racial purpose.
is concerned with the ways that the struggle against apartheid impacted the social milieus and the choices of representational forms available to black artists, the social and aesthetic contexts of the development of modernist art among black artists, and the relationship of the local context of South African art to cosmopolitan and nonracial art practice.