v. ra·cial·ized, ra·cial·iz·ing, ra·cial·iz·es. 1. a. To differentiate or categorize according to race. b. To impose a racial character or context on. 2. To perceive or experience in racial terms: "It is impossible to be an American and not racialize how you feel" (Cornel West). ra′cial·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.Are there any other synonyms for Racial Justice?
As societal attention remains fixed on racial justice, decision-makers are “finding they can do much better” in building businesses that reflect the communities they serve, Heidrick and Struggles’ report says. NEARLY HALF OF OPEN BOARD SEATS WENT TO WOMEN IN 2019.What does Colescott mean by racialized antonyms?
This leaves evangelicals with a shallow one-dimensional approach to the challenge of living in a racialized society. By focusing on the racialized codes of popular imagery, Colescott opened up Pop's more limited subject matter to a broader set of artistic concerns.What are some examples of racialization and incarceration?
Racialization and Incarceration. Most educated, middle to upper-class individuals, are in favor of things such as the death penalty, minimum sentences, and trying juveniles as adults, which combined with social stigmas make blacks unfairly disadvantaged in the realm of criminal justice. For example, in recent times,...