It was a white-on-white shooting of the sort that often goes unpublicized in a state riven by racial tensions.
He has every right to jump on the Trayvon Martin tragedy as a classic case of racial injustice.
I share a powerful distaste for characters like Al Sharpton, who deliberately play on the racial anxieties of Americans.
There are black journalists who are promoted too quickly for racial reasons; some survive and others sink.
Richwine believes in a racial hierarchy of intelligence, with Jews and East Asians at the top and blacks at the bottom.
A knowledge of the interpretation of racial symbolism is doubtless of value in the case of the individual.
racial antagonism was to him no excuse for breaking his word.
In each of these a certain god or group of gods held sway, the variation being caused by racial and other considerations.
They have maintained their racial characteristics with remarkable purity.
There are, however, many other factors to be taken into account, which have to do with racial habits and race traits.
racial ra·cial (rā'shəl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of race or races.
Arising from or based on differences among human racial groups.