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Relating to race or ethnicity.‘explorations of race-related issues’‘a race-related road rage crime’
ethnic, ethnologicalView synonyms
- ‘They want more action against street crime and more openness about race-related crime in particular to enable the public to better understand the extent of it.’
- ‘It was important for faculty to lead the way in creating a safe space for race-related discussions to occur.’
- ‘The best way to have fun and be comfortable with race-related material is to hit it head-on.’
- ‘The incidence of race-related crime seems to be shamefully high.’
- ‘There is evidence that distorted media treatment of asylum issues leads to more race-related crime.’
- ‘Tonight, prisons are under partial lockdown after a deadly race-related riot over the weekend.’
- ‘Figures reveal that racially-motivated crimes have increased and the number of race-related complaints against officers have also gone up.’
- ‘People of color found it draining and time-consuming always to have to wonder whether their treatment was race-related or not.’
- ‘One explanation may be that race-related socioeconomic gaps are narrower in metropolitan areas than in either rural or urban regions.’
- ‘One possibility is to design graduate program curricula including courses that inform and educate graduate students about minority populations and race-related issues in higher education.’
- ‘Your assumption may be that this is a race-related hate crime until you find out they were fighting over a girl.’
- ‘The nature of the hate crime here is clearly race-related.’
- ‘I enjoy engaging in challenging conversations about race-related issues.’
- ‘The conflicting decisions have caused some institutions to re-evaluate their race-related policies and programs.’
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