An emphasis on race or racial considerations, as in determining policy or interpreting events.(noun)
Policy or practice based on racial considerations.(noun)
Chiefly British Variant of racism.(noun)
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Use "racialism" in a sentence
"The schools are preachers of the modern liberal faith in multiculturalism, environmentalism, moral relativism, anti-imperialism (as if this is what America is about!) and what I call racialism (race consciousness)."
"It might seem that that post racialism is finally here, which was first suggested in the manner Colin Powell is respected."
"These people write reasonable, well-balanced letters, disclaim any belief in racialism, and back up everything they say with copious instances."