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Existing between or involving different races.‘interracial conflict’
- ‘As an American Christian woman of an interracial background, I could not understand.’
- ‘Remember when it was against the law for interracial couples to marry?’
- ‘Another wing of the labor movement invariably helped lay the foundation for interracial cooperation.’
- ‘Getting onto the point, this is a battle of races, an interracial war you might say.’
- ‘Write him a note asking how he would feel about interracial dating, and, specifically, dating you.’
- ‘It depends where you live in Britain as to how people react to different races, cultures and interracial relationships.’
- ‘And the novels do more than demonstrate the importance of interracial labor solidarity.’
- ‘In addition, questions began to be raised about how to enumerate race for children born of interracial unions.’
- ‘Their interracial marriage drew few stares and no discernible backlash.’
- ‘Working in an interracial coalition can be a difficult and humbling experience, but also a sweet one.’
- ‘Its value in the furtherance of interracial goodwill and understanding is one that cannot be overestimated.’
- ‘Evidence of this is seen in the steady, yet unremarked, rise in interracial marriage rates for all of our races.’
- ‘Despite the increase in the numbers of interracial families, societal acceptance is still limited.’
- ‘This partially lifts the choke hold that residential segregation puts on interracial social contact.’
- ‘And the article is right: a powerful stigma does exist against interracial adoptions in America.’
- ‘It will promote richer interracial contact among students poised to become the nation's leaders.’
- ‘Nor is one likely to find much interracial camaraderie in African-American studies classes.’
- ‘This is a new generation that isn't offended by gay marriage, interracial love, or diverse religions.’
- ‘So we simply took the next leap to say that if interracial interactions are stressful, then do they subsequently impair cognition?’
- ‘In 1947 he organized a trip by bus that took an interracial group of volunteers from the North to the South.’
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