Definition of Multiracialism

1. Noun. The promotion of a diverse society composed of various races with different cultural backgrounds. ¹



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Definition of Multiracialism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Multiracialism

multiprotocol
multiprovince
multiprovincial
multips
multipulse
multipunctate
multipurpose
multipurposeness
multiquanta
multiquark
multiquarks
multiquarter
multiqubit
multirace
multiracial
multiracialism (current term)
multiracialisms
multiracialist
multiracialists
multiracials
multirack
multiradiate
multiradical
multiramified
multiramose
multirange
multireedist
multireedists
multireel
multireference

Literary usage of Multiracialism

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1. New Dictionary of South African Biography by E. J. Verwey, Nelson Mandela (1995)
"The tension between the Africanists and the CYL who tended towards multiracialism continued, and at the annual congress of the CYL ..."

2. Voices of Liberation by Gerald Pillay (1993)
"... Lutuli unequivocally rejects the government homeland's policy. He reaffirms the ANC's position on a democracy within a unitary state and multiracialism. ..."

3. State of the Nation: South Africa 20052006 by Sakhela Buhlungu (2006)
"... increasingly under attack for his tolerance of'multiracialism' - was unable to prevent the formation of a breakaway National Soccer League (NSL) which ..."

4. Black Student Politics, Higher Education & Apartheid: From SASO to SANSCO by Saleem Badat (1999)
"The way to the future is not through a directionless and arrogant multiracialism but through a purposeful and positive unilateral approach. ..."

5. The Theatre of Violence: Narratives of Protagonists in the South African by Don H. Foster, Paul Haupt, Maresa de Beer (2005)
"... especially his views on race (endorsing non-racialism and condemning multiracialism), the central role of land and the crucial role of education. ..."

6. The Pacific by Ranginui Walker, William M. Sutherland, United Nations University (1988)
"... organized labour; traditional Fijian authority continues to restrain disadvantaged Fijians; the ideology of multiracialism sustains racial divisions ..."

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