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Made up of or relating to people of many races:‘multiracial education’
global, worldwide, intercontinentalView synonyms
- ‘I am very lucky, I never felt really different being a fat girl with multiracial brothers and immigrant adoptive parents.’
- ‘It was the first time the census included multiracial options.’
- ‘TransAfrica played a leading role in the worldwide campaign to turn South Africa into a multiracial democracy.’
- ‘Indonesia is a multiracial, multiethnic, multireligious state.’
- ‘This is due to the lack of resources to address the unique challenges and difficulties multiracial children go through.’
- ‘The lack of minorities in popular culture affects multiracial people the most because we have no role models with whom to relate.’
- ‘It is a disgrace that this race hatred event can go ahead while two multiracial and peaceful events are banned.’
- ‘Her response has been to write the Africa she knows, which is multiracial, multicultural, and complex.’
- ‘It is a multiracial country and we have been able to keep the races living harmoniously together, and that is for us a great achievement.’
- ‘At the same time, how will the growing number of multiracial kids change our definitions of race?’
- ‘Its relatively peaceful transition from apartheid to multiracial democracy was rightly hailed as a miracle.’
- ‘He built a multiracial meritocracy that insists on tolerance, lawfulness and freedom from crime.’
- ‘We live in a multiracial, multicultural society.’
- ‘When this team won the last World Cup, just before Bastille Day in 1998, they seemed the perfect advertisement for a multiracial France.’
- ‘London is a cosmopolitan city with a multitude of cultures stemming from its multiracial population.’
- ‘He considers it a virtue that America is a multiracial society.’
- ‘The crowd, which is multiracial, ranges from white men with shaved heads to Bangladeshis with gold-capped teeth.’
- ‘Malaysia needs multiracial tolerance as much as Singapore does.’
- ‘A fourth choice is to identify simply as multiracial or as mixed race without signifying specific races.’
- ‘In our multiracial society, it is an oversimplification to treat the inequality of income and wealth as a racial problem.’
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