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non-White

n
a person not of the Caucasoid or White race
Usage: This word may well cause offence. If you need to refer to people's race it may be better to specify it or else to use a phrase such as 'a person from a minority ethnic group'
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.non-white - having skin rich in melanin pigments; "National Association for the Advancement of Colored People"; "dark-skinned peoples"
black - of or belonging to a racial group having dark skin especially of sub-Saharan African origin; "a great people--a black people--...injected new meaning and dignity into the veins of civilization"- Martin Luther King Jr.
Translations

non-white

[ˌnɒnˈwaɪt]
A. ADJde color
B. Npersona f de color
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Lacking in Boyd and Norris (2001) and Thomas' (2005) studies is a consideration of the term "Canadian" in relation to non-white groups.
This market covers packaged white and non-white bread, savoury specialty breads and savoury pastries & pies.
A new study by University of Minnesota researchers, published in PLOS ONE, has demonstrated that there is a significant difference in exposure to nitrogen dioxide (N02) outdoor air pollution between white and non-white people in the USA.
In fact, among all non-White college graduates, 71 percent believe a degree is crucial.
London: A 29-year-old Indian-origin journalist was yesterday named the editor of The Independent, becoming the first non-white editorial head of a UK national paper.
By integrating congressional districts, non-white voters would be able to influence a greater number of representatives, and white citizens would become more aware of the injustices that current legal systems impose on minority groups.
Dissimilarity Indices for non-white versus white, and poor versus nonpoor were constructed from 2000 Census tract and county data (Massey and Denton 1988).
The study found that when shown the same set of equally strong CVs, non-white participants favoured the non-white candidates over white ones, although their level of bias was not as strong, the Telegraph reports.
2) The number of both white and non-white births increased from --.
For instance, she consistently uses the term "ethnic minorities," however she fails to emphasize that "ethnic minorities" are generally non-White racialized groups.
Obama won 80 president of the non-white electorate.
At my own college the proportion of non-white students leaving to teach each year is under five per cent.