antiracism

antiracism

(ˌæntɪˈreɪsɪzəm)
n
the policy of challenging racism and promoting racial tolerance
ˌantiˈracist n, adj
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To apply antiracism discourse to the children's world is not a moral issue of good or bad.
It included antiracism and "anticlassism" institutes as well as one about dismantling "institutional racism.
Mindful of the Kick Racism Out Of Football campaign, which was promoted before the game and at half-time, Houllier added: 'The best contribution you could have to the antiracism campaign is Diouf making the goal and Diao scoring it.
He also added that, as mayor of Wichita, he would make sure his community would not be left behind during his national antiracism campaign.
The delegation to the antiracism conference, to be headed by Parliamentary Foreign Secretary Kaori Maruya, has one place for a private citizen in addition to lawmakers and officials of nongovernmental organizations.
Instead, she traces the specific ways antiracism was originally constructed to defend against Spain's sensationalized warnings of race war, observes the constraints and opportunities afforded to both blacks and whites by assertions of racial fraternity, and never loses sight of the changing meanings of racial identities and racial representations.
At the Convergence Center, antiracism is made the number-one priority, a response to earlier failures to attract people of color.
In contrast to the visceral response of activists within the artistic community, many Austrian celebrities and institutions--their declarations of antiracism and cosmopolitanism notwithstanding-- seem to be primarily concerned about a return to the Waldheim years and the intensified isolation and damage to personal careers that such a regression would entail.
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In 1989, an American antiracism organization decided to hit Ku Klux Klan members "where it hurt.
She carefully considers the confrontation of leading African Canadian antiracism activist and writer M.
Following the Lewis report, amendments to the Education Act were passed requiring all school boards to develop and implement antiracism and ethnocultural equity policies.