anti-racist

Translations

anti-racist

[ˈæntɪˈreɪsɪst]
A. ADJantirracista
B. Nantirracista mf
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When one defines oneself as 'anti-racist,' one has to wonder who in mainstream politics would describe themselves as 'pro-racist'
Kendi, National Book Award winner, will speak on "How to Be an Anti-Racist" at 6 p.m.
She said: "They claim their new party is anti-racist and modern."
My anti-racist colleagues seem to oppose every racism save one: that of Jew-hatred, aka anti-Semitism, but I bear the DNA of all my relatives whose descendants I never got to meet because they were murdered in pogroms and in the Holocaust.
Labour is a proud organisation that is 'Institutionally Anti-Racist' and one of the reasons we exist."
My mum was an anti-racist activist [in Britain] in the 1970s and 1980s.
The Heritage Front announced a march on the courthouse where the complaint was being adjudicated: 150 angry anti-racists mobilised to chase them off, and this gave birth to Anti-Racist Action (ARA)-Toronto.
The Times also spoke to anti-racist activists who disavow violence.
THE RISE AND FALL OF A VIOLENT ANTI-RACIST GROUP PROVIDES A GLIMPSE INTO AN UNDERGROUND MOVEMENT THAT'S POISED TO EXPLORE IN THE TRUMP ERA
The acts of kindness ranged from simply smiling at others, putting neighbours' bins out to organising community picnics or marching in anti-racist rallies.
National Union of Teachers acting general secretary Kevin Courtney said: "We will circulate advice about effective anti-racist resources and strategies."

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