antiwhite

Note: This page may contain terms or definitions that are offensive or inappropriate for some readers.

antiwhite

(ˌæntɪˈwaɪt)
adj
(Sociology) hostile to White people
References in periodicals archive ?
The process allows the participants to use various eye control functions, such as left-click, right-click, scrolling, antiwhite, and virtual keyboard function.
On other blocks of trials, responding in a pro-Black and antiWhite pattern was required (e.g., pressing a key for True rather than False when Safe appeared with a picture of a Black man).
Indeed, the political situation in Africa today is such that even those, among some African leaders who once opposed Pan Africanism and denigrated Pan Africanists as "racists" and "antiwhite" are today forced by present circumstances to act Pan African or pretend to do so.
Nazis hated jazz, calling it ''antiwhite'' music, but ocials realised they could use it to soundtrack their propaganda machine.
Gifford reveals how Goines simultaneously worked within the confines of mass-market publishing and also actively attempted to transform the political and affective power of the genre in his assertion that "Goines nevertheless transformed the pimp narrative into a story of black radicalism, thereby making the antiwhite, antiauthoritarian politics of the pimp autobiography an explicit part of this literary scene" (95).
Garvey envisioned the return to Africa as an antiwhite and anticolonial movement, but he framed it--in terms not totally unlike white colonials and white Christian missionaries--as a civilizing mission that would convert Africans to Black African Christianity and guide them into modernity.
Georgia has the Negro and Harlem has the Jew." Only later did Baldwin argue that African American antisemitism was pretty much solely an "antiwhite" reflex.
Kevin Gaines's "Malcolm X in Global Perspective," affirms, like Sheila Radford-Hill's essay, the "importance of his Islamic faith to his rejection of the Nation of Islam's antiwhite doctrine" (158).
The racial conflict is entirely without interest except insofar as it tends to confirm what everyone in America knows by now: that black political activism is synonymous with antiwhite racism.
When a white girl tells me about being hurt by antiwhite sentiment, I can listen because I don't feel threatened.
White respondents, by contrast, reported that antiwhite discrimination has increased over time, and that they now consider it more widespread than antiblack discrimination.
In short, the wearing of the veil in Britain is an insult to the people of host nation - a form of antiwhite racism.